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  1. RCA IED: Royal College of Art Information Experience Design NYU IDM: New York University Integrated Design and Media RCA IED Pros: - Number one Art School, prestigious network and reputation in art scene - The program aligns with the 'purpose' of my artistic practices - One year program, less tuition and living costs to pay RCA IED Cons: - Few faculties(4, including part time faculties) - Post-brexit London - One year program, no internship opportunity - No focus on computing/technical aspects NYU IDM Pros: - MS Degree, higher employability - The program aligns with the 'technical approach' of my artistic practices - 12 faculties, with 3-4 faculties aligned with my interest NYU IDM Cons: - NYU Tandon is not a good engineering school.. - The overall quality of graduate showcase is not impressive compared to RCA It's such a hard decision to make! As I'm coming from an engineering background, going for NYU Tandon might be a bit more safe choice as it is an engineering school, but I'd also like to adventure through new field of art as my aim throughout both of the program is to be an artist, afterall. Any advices?
  2. I've been accepted to the Royal College of Art's IED program and NYU ITP. I'm at a little bit of a toss up between the two — the programs are similar in many ways and different in others. Any insight, advice, or suggestions about the schools and programs would be much appreciated!
  3. Does anyone have insight into the Royal College of Art's IED program? Or the school in general? How they support their students and set them up for job prospects and PhD prospects? How the classes are? How the environment is?
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