3.8 / 5
3.8 / 5

Design studies, Goldsmiths, University of London

3 Reviews by Students   
#31 out of 143 UK Universities for Design studies

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
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TEACHING MODE:
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TEACHING NOTES:
The government has announced a national lockdown in England from the evening of Monday 4 January 2021. Goldsmiths are considering what these new restrictions mean for students and staff
This is the latest available data taken from the gold.ac.uk website on 18th January 2021

3 Design studies reviews at Goldsmiths, University of London


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Student Review: 4 /5

Design, BA Hons

By member1353518 On 18th January 21

Its a unique course that will either teach you everything you wished to know and change your way of living or make you wish that you could change your way of living. Infinite potential as long as you make the time worthwhile and collaborate with coursemates. Workshop access is another big plus. Also one of the few courses to have a separate studio space.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Design, BA Hons

By member1147020 On 30th March 20

I love this course, it’s so varied and interesting. You don’t have to come in with a specialisation, they’ll let you try out what you want before you focus on something. Some tutors in particular (Stuart, Soomi’s, Juliette...) are amazing. They will expect you to do a lot of work though. Main negative is the amount of extra money you’ll end up spending on materials, travel and the like that’s not included in the course cost.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Design, BA Hons

By member424508 On 3rd November 16

The course has some really great tutors and a different take on what design is. There is a great studio culture of working around other students and learning from each other. Tutors push you to think originally and do things that haven't been done before. However they are so focused on originality that it almost feels like a fine arts degree at times - the concept is everything and that means there is little time spent on technical skills or linking our wacky ideas to real-world design needs and careers. Many students felt lost on graduation, knowing little about how to survive in the design world 'out there' as opposed to the little bubble we spent 3 years in that promotes a very specific style of thinking about design that cuts out most work that has a potential for making a living.

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