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The industry is so different. There are some courses that are far more populist in their approach, they are both more vocational and more populist. And our postgraduate and undergraduate students are quite different in the kind of people they are and what they are interested in. So at postgraduate level we tend to get students who are either hoping to get into the nationals or into business magazines or the sort of higher end of the magazine sector and they know that's the kind of students who come to Goldsmiths, so they are selecting a course that's going to be a bit more -- going to have a bit more of an academic -- be more critical than maybe another kind of course.

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