I learned about Goldsmiths in a daft BBC documentary (Goldsmiths: But is it Art?) but that hasn't a bit to do with why I came here! I chose to study Social Work at Goldsmiths because it is inclusive and community-facing, and felt like the right place to form my identity as a social worker. I have been supported by principled staff that value head and heart equally, and who work for the collective good of teachers and researchers, students and the individuals we support as social workers. When I graduate I hope to keep learning from and working with all sorts of people, which is a privilege that Goldsmiths has taught me to appreciate.