I'm 20 years old. I have just finished 2nd year in Architecture, however I'm thinking Architecture isn't for me and wish to pursue a career in the financial industry - with one of the graduate schemes. I have three options. I have one month to make a decision and I could really do with some help. I have spent the entire day flipping a coin... Yes it's come to that. I have three options.
1. Finish the next two years and graduate with a BSc Hons in Architecture. My main concern with this option is although I would have a degree, it's whether or not a graduate scheme such as JP Morgan or PWC would accept me on to their graduate programmes with such an irrelevant degree.
2. Cut my losses now from Architecture and start a BA from the Business School. The only problem with this is that I would be starting from year 1 and its a 4 year course which would mean graduating when I'm 24...
3. I could finish my Architecture BSc Hons and then try and do a MSc in Finance, however it's not certain I would be accepted as Architecture is not seen as a numerically based subject in the same way that engineering is.
Next year I am eligible for the 3rd exchange programme through Erasmus which would obviously be a great opportunity but would mean continuing with Architecture, so that makes the decision slightly more difficult.
Need some advice. Thanks
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