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Offline Lust for Life

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Re: being a mature student
« Reply #465 on: Jun 27, 2018, 12:23:04 PM »
Blimey, I did start the MEd a year later, and am nearly at the end of the first year! Doing it part time, so two more years to go. Anyone else studying no or starting in September?

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Re: being a mature student
« Reply #466 on: Jul 03, 2018, 04:56:39 PM »
^ Wow Thatís an amazing achievement & congratulations on almost completing your first year. Only two more years to go which is far less than when you started  :)

I studied for my degree & MSc part time as a mature student. There were times I felt like I just wanted to jack in both courses with the pressures of juggling studying with the responsibilities of working full time & family responsibilities etc. All the stress seems like a distant memory now.

I think Iím going to go and study Spanish on an evening in September. The course is taught at one of the uni campuses in the city centre next to my office so convenient but Iím not sure about taking on the level of commitment yet.




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Re: being a mature student
« Reply #467 on: Jul 06, 2018, 12:28:07 AM »
Do it! :D