I thought I'd see if there is anyone out there who can give me some advice with my predicament:
So I recently finished my undergraduate degree in Physics and attained a pass grade. As happy as I was to hear that I had achieved something from the degree I was not too happy with, I have found it incredibly difficult to find a graduate scheme or any job for that matter.
I thought the next logical step for me to take would be to look at doing a post graduate degree as this would not hinder my hard would in my undergraduate studies. Of course, I could not go back to doing Physics as I have lost all passion for this subject and I am ready to do something new. I have done a lot of research around the subjects and think the ideal route for me is to go into business, business management or even from an analytical standpoint. I have also thought about learning different programming languages such as SQL and (slightly off topic) JS and Java.
I am excited but equally frustrated that I cannot find a job and furthermore a master's degree that could work for me based on my current undergraduate attained level.
Does anyone know of any possible routes I could take in order to reach a masters degree preferably in the Business and finance sector?
If there is any further information that I can provide please do not hesitate to ask
How can a student who attained a pass degree get onto a master's course?
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