Ucas code: R06
Rent and travel in London is where all the money goes. I spend 440 a month approx on rent and electric and 50.40 a month on...
Rent and travel in London is where all the money goes. I spend 440 a month approx on rent and electric and 50.40 a month on a student bus pass on a student oyster card Many of my friends buy tube and bus travel cards for a month at over 80 which I can't afford There are always work opportunities at the O2, the pay is good and you get to work casually and in 5 hour shifts, which is good as student life is busy already. As soon as my loan comes in I always take out all of my rent money and trade so that I know everything left, I can spend. Due to this, I've never run into money trouble. Only additional costs are for student films...which you can claim on expenses if for a uni assessment, but it takes a few weeks to come through.×
Great editing facilities. Pretty extensive library. Fencing club Movie, anime and gaming clubReport
Ravensbourne is next to the O2 arena so there is lots of opportunities for part time work. Lots of students also find freelance...
Ravensbourne is next to the O2 arena so there is lots of opportunities for part time work. Lots of students also find freelance work in their study area due to Ravensbourne's contacts. Of course being next to the O2 means that the uni is in London so living isn't cheap but this does mean there is great transport links to the rest of the city. There is lots of food and drink outlets nearby such as the restaurants in the O2 or more cheaper alternatives such as Subway and Tesco.×
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No halls of residence! Everyone lives far away from each other, meaning the only social time is during uni classes really.Report
I found my year at ravensbourne to be both educational and fun. The tutors were extremely helpful and gave minimal one lecture...
I found my year at ravensbourne to be both educational and fun. The tutors were extremely helpful and gave minimal one lecture a week which helped inspire us on our brief as well as advice for future tasks. The briefs set for my course also allowed every individual to come up with their own response and we also were made to attend small crits at the en of every week so we could share and bounce our ideas and give eachother advice on how to progress our ideas further. We also had written assignments to do where we were given ideas on how to research and produce individual answers.×
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