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    (Original post by skwonc)
    get a sugar daddy/job to fund the new course or just go straight into work
    I'm too ugly and short to find a sugar daddy LOL
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    you'll have to pay for your first year of a new course, if you get a job and lived at home you could probably save enoguh in a couple of years to have some left over to live on as well
    I'm thinking of maybe asking my sister to help out she earns around £1000 at least per month
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    (Original post by Jerry)
    I'm thinking of maybe asking my sister to help out she earns around £1000 at least per month
    well that's your decision but -

    1. £1000 a month is not a lot of money at all, you could earn that working in a shop if you got your own job and she probably can't afford to be losing a chunk of a very small salary

    2. it was your decision to drop out and add the extra financial burden, you should deal with it yourself
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    Well funding will be an issue as you have done two years now. However you only have to pay for one year, and you could save £9k within a few years if you are careful.

    Is there anything you really want to do? Like does the degree you want to study lead to a job or something? Personally I would suggest spending a while trying to figure out exactly what you want to do in life. There is plenty you can achieve outside of university.
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    Honestly, as someone with a degree and in post-graduate studies of which I'm sure I'll be stuck in for a while... I can honestly say that they are over-rated.

    Did you say what you would like to move onto?
 
 
 
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