Fancy Piece of Paper
I’m almost at the end of my degree. Four years of lectures, study, and the journey of overcoming intense procrastination. What have I gotten out of this? What was it all for?
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As I finish my second year of University, I have hit that lovely stage of my degree: the mid-degree crisis. Scarily enough, I am now halfway through my Bachelor of Arts Honours degree. The first two years of my degree have flown by and, it seems unbelievable, but I am two years away from graduation. […]
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What’s Next? Post University Choices.
You’ve handed in your last assignment. You’ve paid off any debts you owe to the university. Once the grades are in, you’ve officially left your university career behind you. So, what comes next? What answers can you give the kindly-yet-annoyingly-persistent questions of your closest friends and family?
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Reflecting on My Time at Uni: Growing and Changing
I’m officially a graduate. While I can technically still call myself a student (and claim student discounts) until February, I’m considered a graduate because I have technically completed both of my degrees. I think that now is a good time to reflect on my university experience, and the growing and changing that I’ve done during […]
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“What’s Your Driving Passion?” and Other Scary Questions
I would wager that almost every university student despises the following question: “What are you going to do after you graduate?” When people ask me, I usually reply in one of two ways.
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Not What I Expected from Graduation
I’ve spent so long studying that I never had a sense of progression in my university journey. The different years of my program seemed to bleed together. Changes went on around me: the subjects changed, my peers graduated, and some of my teachers retired. For the most part, I was treading water. I was comfortable. But something changed […]