"When I applied for the MA I was willing to receive feedback on my work, to be criticised, to know what my work was about and what I could do with it. This was fully achieved during the MA. To me, this was most important, because the voice of an author is what we carry through a career, all the rest we can improve, by working and having experience. Besides, it was very challenging to deal with people's reactions to my writings. I was fully surprised... Another very important aspect for me was to learn how to write plays based on research, because until then I used to rely on my own imagination. This amplifies the range of work that one can develop. It's a huge difference.
Something that I recall from Goldsmiths is the spirit of the college, and I must say that living near Goldsmiths is one of the main reasons I am still based in London. Whenever I need to hire someone, I always pick up a Goldsmiths student. I think it's not only about the quality of the work, but it's also about the type of students that you select. They are always good people with a nice attitude. I have never seen this elsewhere in London."