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There are pre-schools that are better organised than this place. Bad/no information for students with exchanges (this is up to the students themselves to organise), no support or feedback (you should know your trade before you even come here!), and many of the professors have not worked/had a degree in the subject they teach. They very much hire people depending on who knows who. The general consensus is that it's such an honour to study at this institution, and if you raise you voice up are a troublemaker that maybe isn't suited to study here. Student representatives was put on disciplinary action because the head of department didn't know they were student representatives (and all complaints should be turned against the complainer). When complaining that we weren't taught what other universities taught in the different subjects (no real subjects here) the head of department decided to change the name of the course instead. When asked which laptop I need for my course, the I

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On 29th September 16

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There are pre-schools that are better organised than this place. Bad/no information for students with exchanges (this is up to the students themselves to organise), no support or feedback (you should know your trade before you even come here!), and many of the professors have not worked/had a degree in the subject they teach. They very much hire people depending on who knows who. The general consensus is that it's such an honour to study at this institution, and if you raise you voice up are a troublemaker that maybe isn't suited to study here. Student representatives was put on disciplinary action because the head of department didn't know they were student representatives (and all complaints should be turned against the complainer). When complaining that we weren't taught what other universities taught in the different subjects (no real subjects here) the head of department decided to change the name of the course instead. When asked which laptop I need for my course, the I

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Clubs and Societies
Students Union
Careers Service
Internet / Wifi
By member624175
On 29th September 16

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Entry Requirements:

160-175 UCAS Points

Average range for Glasgow School of Art entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.

Glasgow School of Art Reputation

Glasgow School of Art is located in South West Scotland. 2,195 students are enrolled at Glasgow School of Art:

- 1,445 of these students come from the UK
- 320 come from other EU countries
- And 435 are students from non-EU countries.

(Source: HESA 2016/17)

The graduate outcomes for Glasgow School of Art show that six months after leaving university, 91% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving Glasgow School of Art, is £18,000 a year.

(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)


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Student Review: 2 /5
By On 29th September 16

There are pre-schools that are better organised than this place. Bad/no information for students with exchanges (this is up to the students themselves to organise), no support or feedback (you should know your trade before you even come here!), and many of the professors have not worked/had a degree in the subject they teach. They very much hire people depending on who knows who. The general consensus is that it's such an honour to study at this institution, and if you raise you voice up are a troublemaker that maybe isn't suited to study here. Student representatives was put on disciplinary action because the head of department didn't know they were student representatives (and all complaints should be turned against the complainer). When complaining that we weren't taught what other universities taught in the different subjects (no real subjects here) the head of department decided to change the name of the course instead. When asked which laptop I need for my course, the I

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Students Union
Careers Service
Internet / Wifi
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