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I’m writing one of those listicle articles I fucking hate. I have struggled for months, for a year, to put into words how bad my MA has been. This is unlikely to be the only article about it, but I have waited long enough. Our results are in a month. I should do well. I should get a high 2nd, or a first.
I. Don’t. Care.
The experience of doing a master’s in Linguistics at University College London was so overpoweringly disappointing that I don’t care anymore. It was enough to push me away from ever doing a PhD, from ever being a professor…the career path I chose for myself when I was about 17 in the housewares department of Dillard’s (another story). I wanted more than anything to teach university courses, to shape minds, to give a voice to the voiceless…and I am 26 and past those things. I work in a goddamn bar. I work my arse off. My job is physical, not intellectual. I have to commute 90 minutes (at best) home in the dead of night to be able to make a meagre living in a job I love.
I don’t know where I went wrong exactly, but something is certainly wrong.
Surely many people have just entered the MA Linguistics at UCL. Indeed, this week, a year ago, I was them. I’ve been too afraid to write about what really happened on the programme; I’ve been too afraid to give voice to the concerns I had. I am at the mercy of the UKBA and of UCL, my visa sponsor….I have been living in fear that my voice of dissent might make me a target for deportation or make it so that I couldn’t continue living in the UK. I’m over it. buy UCL degree certificate, where to buy UCL degree certificate. buy UCL degree certificate online
I need to be brave.
This article is a warning; don’t go to UCL in the Linguistics department. Don’t go if you happen to have had a different undergraduate degree than Linguistics, English, or Languages. Don’t go if you are a high-acheiving international student. Don’t. Go. Reasons follow.
1. No One Will Help You With the Tier 4 Visa
I emailed the UCL International Student Co-ordinator at least four times in the summer of 2013. No response. Not. One.
Getting a Tier 4 Visa is stressful. Don’t expect UCL to ever help you. They don’t know what to do, and even if they did they wouldn’t tell you because lawsuits or something.
Odd, for a sponsoring university. If I breached my Tier 4 visa, they could pay the price. But fuck that. It’s my sole responsibility. They won’t try to keep you in status. Good luck with that…UCL could easily end up like London Metropolitan University.  I will be writing a ‘Things No One Told Me About My Tier 4 Visa’ post soon to help out with those pesky little oversights that could send a person to prison.
2. Expensive as
The programme, when I enrolled, was 16,500 GBP for the year in tuition (This year’s students are paying £17,920, a one-year increase of slightly more than 8%, but they wouldn’t know that…UCL doesn’t show them the numbers from my year on the website.) In addition, I “needed” 1000 GBP per month to maintain myself, and to be able to apply for my Tier 4 visa. This is the most expensive thing I have ever purchased in my life; I came out of undergraduate with a BA in Anthropology (and Evolutionary Biology) and no student debt. I took out huge loans (around $54,000 USD) to finance my MA at UCL.
For all the money we paid, it was a paltry education. In the first term, I had one assignment. ONE.
The exams were in the second term, at the same time I was trying to keep up in my second term classes. The results of the first term didn’t come until it was far too late to back out of another term financially. This felt insidious.
I couldn’t quit when I wanted to because I’d already paid for another semester in debt. Another 10,000 GBP, another $16,000. I didn’t know my results until it was too late (my results for first term at the time were a single mark: 59% on my Foundations of Linguistics essay).
By the middle of the first term, I’d been selected by my professors as the Student Representative of the MA Linguistics course.  I was appointed at 9AM by my professor. There was no election. If he thought he was getting a high-acheiving, quiet, unobtrusive rep…he was wrong.
3. Lack of Quality Teaching.  buy a fake degree certificate online.
At UCL, you’ll deal directly with the people furthest along in the field. You’ll have classes with people doing the research that makes a difference in Linguistics. You’ll be on the cutting edge.
No disrespect to PhD students intended…but they taught almost all of our classes. They are overworked, overburdened, and unable to prepare for the class. More than often the PhD students who were ‘teaching’ our classes would look at the problems in Semantics or Pragmatics and obviously have never seen them before. They would spend 30 minutes or more arguing over what the ‘right’ answer was.
I did better preparation as a 1st grade teacher. In a high risk school, in Chilean Patagonia. With NO resources. Not even paper. There is simply no excuse.
Our course convocator went AWOL at the end of the first term, and a PhD student took his place in the Foundations of Linguisti