3.7 / 5
3.7 / 5

Design studies, University of Edinburgh

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#33 out of 143 UK Universities for Design studies

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2 Design studies reviews at University of Edinburgh


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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion, BA Hons

By On 5th February 18

Such an amazing course with amazing facilities, personally my personal tutor is a bit rubbish but that’s just who you get assigned so not to big an issue

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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion, BA Hons

By On 8th December 16

They're very stingy with materials considering you pay £9000 a year for this course. The course content and teaching itself is great but they expect A LOT of materials they give you a days notice to bring and it ends up being really expensive, I'd say I spent about £20 most weeks in my first year across materials and print credit, they wont even give you paper. As for my 'personal' tutor, I've seen him once and I wouldn't know him from Adam if I bumped into him on the street. I once tried to email him about a concern regarding an attendance email id wrongly received and he seemed completely not bothered about trying to help and just directed me elsewhere.

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