Ever wondered what it would be like to study at Shillington? Thanks to Google, we’ve found a few Shillington reviews that have come straight from ex-students. They’ve tracked their experiences, shared reasons for doing the course and how it’s changed them since. Here’s a collection of graduates who decided to blog about Shillington on their own accord…
Matt shares his reasons for doing the course and talks about what it felt like being back at school in a detailed post.
“Learn to be a graphic designer in 3 months? Ha, good one!”… But I was amazed at the standard of the work on show...
A beautifully illustrated account of Katie’s time at Shillington in Manchester.
Catherine recalls her Shillington days and shares advice for those thinking of studying on her website, The Picturesmith.
I went from being virtually computer illiterate to being able to put together complicated website design in 3 months. Shillington simply takes a very honest, practical approach.
Lars explains his Shillington experience as “continuing education”. Moving from Norway with no prior knowledge or reviews of the course, he attended an Info Session and that was that!
After three months at Shillington, you will be able to make all the things you wanted to before, but you did not have the knowledge to do it. And that is a wonderful feeling.
Kenneth André Bettum Gjermstad
Kenny moved to Australia from Norway to study the full time course in Sydney. He talks about what Shillington is like on a day-to-day basis and goes through an in-depth analysis of what it was like to follow a brief during class.
Adam talks about the course pros and cons and his experience of quitting his job working in a supermarket bakery to study at Shillington.
As 30 approaches, finding out about Shillington College must be like finding out about Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters as a wayward mutant teen. You are not alone! Turns out other people are also unsatisfied in their careers. I was one of these people.
Cat writes on behalf of her employer, Loud&Clear, about her time at Shillington and her first few months working as a Junior Designer in Melbourne.
I’m pretty lucky the intensive nature of my course prepared me for “real-world” deadlines
Bara gives a brief summary of the full time course in London and talks about that graduation feeling.
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