Your ”dream” education … ?
Let’s assume that you were a royalty and that you accordingly had unlimited admission and funding possibilities.
In addition, you wouldn’t have to use your degree (earning money, get a job, etc.).
Which education would you take?
Personally, I would choose the following degrees:
B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford.
M.A. Political Science, University of Aarhus.
Ph.D. Philosophy, Princeton University.
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- 12-07-2005 17:17
- 12-07-2005 17:23
B.A. International Relations, Georgetown SFS
M.A. International Relations, LSE
J.D. Law, Yale University
similar to what I'm planning to do anyway
- 12-07-2005 18:22
BA MA Music at Cambridge or Oxford
- 18-07-2005 20:27
no degrees, just buy lots of property all over the world and let the money roll in whilst i do no paid work
unfortunately, that wont happen i dont think.
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- 18-07-2005 21:10
Psychology of course!!
- 18-07-2005 21:15
- 19-07-2005 17:53
MA St Andrews (just love it)
Teacher training at Cambridge.
Same as what I want now, but teacher training will be in Canterbury.
- 20-07-2005 16:06
BA Philosophy - Cambridge.
BA PPE - Oxford.
MA Philosophy - Harvard.
PHD Philosophy - Harvard.
now THAT would be a challenge I'd relish...
- 20-07-2005 22:05
I would choose to do History at Harvard,
an MA at one of the London Universities and then a PHD
I would then decide to teach history
hang on that sounds like what I want to do anyway (well the last 2)
- 20-07-2005 23:38
I'd want to do Egyptology at Cambridge and then i dunno.
- 04-08-2005 11:11
I am taking my 'dream education' already, I'm going where I want to go. But if I had more money it'd be cool to be able to a full art degree as well as a design one, to me its more a case of skipping the crappy foundation year which I don't think you can do however much money you've got (only if you're REALLY good at what you do)