‘Creative’ is the key word here, and is what attracts many to jobs in advertising. Here is a career path where you can earn good money (potentially) and keep a steady job whilst still using your creative brain. Bear in mind, though, that creative advertisers are not visual artists/ writers in the liberal sense of the terms. The work that a graphic designer or copywriter produces needs to have commercial appeal, as well as follow a brief set by an employer. Knowledge and understanding of the market are consequently just as important as creative ability. The ultimate aim of your work will be the sale of goods and services. If you want to be free to make art or write at your own pace and in your own style then this may not be the career path for you.
Although London doesn’t straight away conjure up pictures of a standard student city, there’s still an energetic and active component of student life running rampant thru the historic veins of the town. Aside from the various conservatoires, eg the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal School of Music and the Guildhall College of Music and Drama, London is also home to the predictably-named School of London which is the biggest contact-teaching school, not merely in Britain but in Europe also. Imperial Varsity London, which specialises in science, engineering, medication and business, and Varsity University London, which was the 1st school in the UK to confess scholars with no regard for their sex or faith, are both ranked in the top 10 colleges in the world.When brooding about studying in the UK, the varsities that possibly jump to mind are Oxford and Cambridge, and the Read More