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Goldsmiths offers learning that pushes boundaries and encourages an interrogative, reflexive lens.
My favourite thing about my course is the outward-looking, applied nature of it. I have been offered a variety of exciting opportunities to put my learning into practice, including a histories archiving project and a placement shadowing a published writer in creative writing workshops in schools. The learning is engaging, progressive and challenging. I've felt supported by my tutors and I have grown more understanding of myself as a writer.
Relevant to real-world work
From what I've experienced, Goldsmiths offers learning that pushes boundaries and encourages an interrogative, reflexive lens. It is also an institution for people who would like to apply their learning to real-world work. I would advise people to engage with opportunities offered, and support services available.
Friendly and homely
I moved from a quiet town in Scotland for my Masters at Goldsmiths. I have found South East London is a friendly and homely place to live and study. People are friendly and there are lots of good places to eat and drink. When I'm spending a day in the Library, I love Chinwag café for lunch/coffee.