Well I just graduated in mass media and felt the need to specialize in something. In the long run, I guess I see myself working in the creative industries, for a magazine or something like that. But I have my options open. Honestly, I like the course at Goldsmiths more because I get to study modules related to art, literature, anthropology etc. which really interest me and which I haven't had the chance to study before. But I'm not sure how stupid it is to turn down the LSE (which, I hear, isn't all it's cracked up to be, but for some reason still has brand value) And I don't have any idea of the value given to Goldsmiths.