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I think you are on a great course. You can study philosophy part time when you have a job as an engineer/banker/accountant. Trust me when I say this: jobs are hard to get and you are on a perfect course. Philosophy can wait.
I'm daniel, studying mech. eng at UCL and not really liking it, mainly because of the work. I wanted to ask you what you thought about switching to philosophy as I saw that you did the reverse.
id appreciate whatever you have time to answer of the questions below.
thank you ever so much!!
Here is my post:
I'm Daniel, studying mechanical engineering with finance at UCL. The course interests me a little but is a lot of work. In fact my main reason for persevering is because its a well regarded degree.
Now that I have started I have grown up and realised I should do something I actually like - philosophy.
Do I actually like philsophy? i think so, am very curious and analytical about things people take for granted but dont know if I will like the degree.
Will I have to work a lot to do well (2:1, first)? judge me, i just dont particularly like work and want to enjoy myself these years not work nonstop.
I'd love to hear what you have to say.
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