yes, but I obviously wouldn’t study Philosophy.
Shouldn’t have gone under the old fees so fuck no
I wouldn’t ‘go to university’ again full stop. Not now and not if I had my time again.
Would do a degree part time instead.
Do you mean the pre-2017 fees or the-2012?
(Although I went pre-2012)
But supposing you were 18 now and just finished 6th form
Depends, is Alex Salmond going to write them off for my year only due to needing to spend a budget surplus again?
What a year.
Dunno m9. Definitely wouldn’t have studied archaeology though.
My main HE umbrage these days isn’t necessarily the new fees (although they are significantly higher than what I would consider fair) but the removal of the Maintenance Grant for disadvantaged pupils. It’s an absolute outrage.
What do you think ‘if I had my time again’ means?
Maybe, but not to do architecture.
Nope. Probably wouldn’t have bothered at all tbqh
really, what would you do?
My daughter is 18 now and just finished 6th form - and she’s off to Uni next week.
It’s definitely the right thing for her to be doing - I told her to view the fees / loans as more like a graduate tax than debt.
I only didn’t go because I didn’t know what to study (still wouldn’t) and it wasn’t really something everyone was doing as well.
PhD in Bing
genuinely cant remember 80% of what I was taught at uni
oh yeah, remember bing?