If you had the opportunity to upgrade your Advanced Diploma to a BA with a part time course would you try to juggle a full time job, a business and study as well?
Answers on the back of a postcard please.
Or just in the comments if you wish to save postage…
???? Depends on the course you’re talking about???
Depends if it’s a means to an end, or just something to do.
See you’re another ex-pat, had a few of them on my site recently…know what homesickness is like…
Lots of clever stuff of your site: I’m in awe…still trying to post the odd picture myself. Ka pai.
Are you excited by the prospect?
Or are you shaking your head and mumbling “I just don’t have the time…”
Jack the Lass says
I did my Masters degree by distance learning whilst working full-time. I’m really pleased I did it, but I would say don’t underestimate the time commitment it requires. I must admit there were times when I really resented having to take annual leave from work to write an essay, and there were a couple of years where I ended up not having any holiday at all to speak of because the leave had all been taken with essays and exam revision. I think Ian has the right idea – do it a bit at a time. I’d never say "don’t do it", because I did find it really rewarding. But I would always say "go in with your eyes open".
Miss Lisa says
I like Ian’s idea … if that option exists it’d probably work out really well … at least you’d be able to work out if it’s something you really want to do. On another note … it never hurts to have the letters BA on the old resume ….
Slowly, one subject at a time. At least at first to see how semester one goes.
Take your time: you’re young! Prayers.
Tractor Girl says
Sounds like you are doing the right thing in terms of weighing up the time commitments before you start.
Sounds good. Part time course for how many years? Online or in person?