Uni yay or nay?Watch
Advice on studying business at university
It's interesting to read your post as I see a lot of my former self in you. So, a few years ago I got unconditional places at two respectable uni's, but at the time just felt it wasn't for me. Instead, I launched my own videography business and made investments in Apple Inc. It was a fantastic move as not only did I generate lots of money, I gained exposure directly to the business world.
After doing that for 3 years, I decided that after a little more age and lot more knowledge, that the time was right for a university course. Going forward, having a degree is in my opinion just going to be a 'standard' if you want to achieve a well paid job.
Not just the academic part (which is incredible at Pearson College London), but going to university has been one of the best decisions i've ever made! I've learnt so much more about what it is to look after yourself, and made so many friends. Living at Tufnell Park halls of residence has been one of the funniest years i've ever lived, an experience i'm sure you'd enjoy.
Therefore, I highly recommend it friend, you'll become a more rounded person in ways that extend far beyond the classroom. Or explore self employment first.....brace yourself though! :P
However I thank you for your reply It honestly gave me things to consider before making this choice. May I ask how your videography company is doing now? Or if your degree landed you a job?