Not sure yet
No kitchen, or fridge, and the library is small
Great: proximity to the design centre
Group project like in real studios
Depends where you live
So far not much practical info here
Emphasis on creativity
Overall I'm having a good time, and don't have any complaints.
I think generally speaking the employability is definitely much higher studying here.
I enjoy what we're learning, the second year is much better
The uni facilities are good overall, it's much smaller and intimate within people studying there.
I live outside of town, so I don't use the amenities as much.
The student support is taken highly in consideration which is great
Class very small and not much socialising
We are forced to be in everyday and treated like children
Teach lots of programmes
For the most part good, could use help with a few aspects
Stuck in the classroom a lot of the time
Easy walking to uni, expensive area
Good mostly but sometimes there is so much to do work-wise that you can't deal with personal things
First year was so unsocial and it wasn't professionally taught
I like when we have more flexibility
Good leanings of design process etc.
Not there yet but have been to them - this is good for work experience
Knowledgeable staff that's spent lots of time in the industry
Have what's required
In Chelsea - access to everything: tube, rest, design shops
Support by tutors + well-being
Don't know this at the moment
Plenty of support through tutor contact - great tutors
Good uni but as mentioned above, the lack of study areas is really inconvenient for me.
Great! They make sure we all have the skills to be industry ready
Extremely well taught programme, lots of 1-to-1 support, small classes
Unfortunately KLC lacks proper studying areas, which is really inconvenient if you want to stay and study after hours.
Great location for interior design students, with access to the Design Centre showrooms + Kings Road