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I really need your help finding a collage. I'm a last year in school and I need to decide what and where will I study and of course start working on my portfolio to get there.
I still don't know if I want to study illustration or graphic design :| But I guess that most collages that have one of these two, have the other as well.
I'm from a small country in Europe and the education here in this areas sucks. So please guide me to some good collage in Europe, not the USA... that has a possibility of scholarship and stuff...
I'll really appreciate every single attempt to help
Last edited by a_a; August 29th, 2008 at 04:39 AM.
Parsons in France, Bournemouth University in England, SUPINFOCOM in france, Filmakademie baden-wuerttemberg in Germany and University of Wales. All very good reputation but consider you need to speak their language. Also if you are interested in canada Vancouver Film school is very famous aswell as Sheridan College. Although i suggest you study in the U.S for this (I'm italian so I did my fare share of research too since its cheaper in EU)
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Thank you, 5coop
Well I only know English and Russian as a foreign languages... So the only opportunities for me of the above mentioned collages are "Bournemouth University in England" and "University of Wales". The second one has more than one collages, right?
Yep.... In the US is a bit expensive for me and I'm reaaaaally confused with all of these scholarships and everything
@5scoop, have you decided where to go to?
Hey guys.. sorry for the double-post.
What do you think about these 4 colleges (without the Fashion one):
Perhaps there is someone here that has heard/studied/is studying there... ?
Come on, dudes... I need some comments about these 4 London universities :|
Hey, thanks for the reply man... Well I actually prefer England instead of Germany... just for personal reasons