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My lecturers without a doubt contributed largely to my academic development during my time at Goldsmiths.
Fascinating modules and academic development
What I enjoy the most about Goldsmiths is the wide range of studies available to me. From Histories of Sexualities, The First World War to Social History and American History, all modules which I took at Goldsmiths were intellectually challenging and fascinating.
My favourite part about this university is definitely the staff which I found always very helpful. My lecturers without a doubt contributed largely to my academic development during my time at Goldsmiths. They encouraged me to pursue further academic career.
My stay at Goldsmiths also exposed me to collaboration with other students from all around the world. Studying at Goldsmiths proved to be a truly international experience
Personal development at Goldsmiths
My main advice to students coming to Goldsmiths is to be proactive and ask as many questions as possible. I found lecturers at Goldsmiths to be very engaged in encouraging students' personal development. Assistance from my lecturers allowed me to further develop my interest in modern American Political and Intellectual History and helped me to prepare for my Masters application.
International student support
As someone from outside the UK, studying at Goldsmiths allowed me to gain experience with a very different educational system. Naturally, it also allowed me to further master my English skills. Both of these things will be useful for me later in my academic career.
A diverse, vibrant, quiet and peaceful place to study
South East London is without a doubt a very diverse place where everyone can find something for themselves. New Cross itself is very vibrant with lots of cafés, bars and restaurants. Places like Brockley or Telegraph Hill, however, are much more quiet and peaceful.