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Advice for choosing Fashion University

Hi, I am currently an international student that is looking forward to study at London! I have currently got an offer, and had an interview with some universities. The problem is that I couldn't choose which one to go. I got an offer from Kingston, Nottingham Trent, and had an interview with Westminster. I know that all of them have wonderful facilities and tutors, but I am not certain which uni will suit me the best. I hope I get some nice advices or some stories of one's experience since I really don't know much about their reputation in London. Thanks xx
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Original post by Misschoi
Hi, I am currently an international student that is looking forward to study at London! I have currently got an offer, and had an interview with some universities. The problem is that I couldn't choose which one to go. I got an offer from Kingston, Nottingham Trent, and had an interview with Westmimster. I know that all of them have wonderful facilities and tutors, but I am not certain which uni will suit me the best. I hope I get some nice advices or some stories of one's experience since I really don't know much about their reputation in London. Thanks xx

Hi @Misschoi

Congratulations on your offer and interviews! Fashion is a great course here at Kingston it is no.1 in London and no.2 in the UK, so like you said the facilities and teaching is great. I don't study fashion design here at Kingston but I do study fashion promotion and communication and I really enjoy the creative environment from the campus and surrounding areas. It is really inspiring with lots of nature, there is a river running by the campus and then of course so much going on in central London with lots of exhibitions and unique shops.

Check out this blog A Week in the Life of Kingston Fashion Student - The Student Room for an insight of what it's like to study the course from someone who is currently studying fashion design. The post also further down includes information about the modules as well, which is useful when making a decision, as that is what it you will be covering on the course.

I hope this helps and please feel free to ask any more questions you may have :smile:
-Grace (Kingston Rep)

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