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    I am going to be applying for an early years degree, don't know where and what one yet. Have a few concerns/worries? Hope you can help?

    What is the gender ratio and how are the classes like socially? Am fretting as my current class is all female?? 😖 Are girls quite childish and *****y or mature? Obviously it's uni and people want to party and have fun but are they mature when they need to be?
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    (Original post by AJMistry)
    I am going to be applying for an early years degree, don't know where and what one yet. Have a few concerns/worries? Hope you can help?

    What is the gender ratio and how are the classes like socially? Am fretting as my current class is all female?? 😖 Are girls quite childish and *****y or mature? Obviously it's uni and people want to party and have fun but are they mature when they need to be?
    Early childhood studies does tend to be very female heavy. Most girls are quite mature, although you will get some who are less than mature and quite *****y. You get that anywhere though.

    There are lots of courses available, do your research to find the best one for you. Leeds Trinity does a range of excellent degrees related to childhood and teaching.

    Not every student likes to party, and most quickly learn the value of acting their age. Or they

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