(Original post by adamrules247)
Oh boy what an oppertunity
Number 1. What did you do.
Number 2. Did you find the course engaging?
Number 3. Were you able to find employment and, if it's not intruding, what sort of employment did you get.
That should give me some ideas, thanks
1) I did the Abrahamic Religions course, it was really good. I was part of the second year through the course, as it's new, and you get a size of about a dozen people, which is really nice socially, as well as academically as lectures are more like personal tutorials
2) Absolutely, it's made me learn a lot, and I've been able to pursue some more interests far more as a result, hence getting a first in my dissertation topic
3) I've got a good chance of getting a position at either BBC, The Guardian, or Sony, as I've only finished a couple of months ago, but yeah I will be getting a really good job somewhere really respected. Getting a job isn't really about what uni you went to though, that's not really important at all in honesty and any employer would tell you the same. As long as you do really well in your course and show enthusiasm and dedication, as well as a genuine interest in what you do, then that's what employers look for.