"I found out about Goldsmiths by researching the prospectuses of various universities and attending their open days. This gave me an insight into the undergraduate programmes available and I made the choice to study at Goldsmiths. I was fascinated by the content of the course and chose Goldsmiths because it has established a fair assessment method. Goldsmiths is socially, culturally and linguistically diverse; knowledge and experiences are discussed and shared. After I completed my access to primary education course at Lewisham College I was offered a place at Goldsmiths.
The BA in Education, Culture and Society is a flexible course. I can balance my study, work and social life. The content of the course is interesting. It provides the opportunity to explore and share my culture and identity with others and to learn and share the culture and identity of my peers. Moreover, I have the opportunity to learn how young children learn, develop and acquire knowledge in the home and at school, which I find fascinating."