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    I'm interested in hearing what others plan to do in the future and maybe hopefully give me some ideas. Be a little detailed

    Me personally, I'm in my first year of Uni. After I get my degree I plan to move to Japan and teach English for a bit. Essentially I want to travel. Learn a different language and hopefully become a translator later. I'm bored of living in London. :/
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    Get a job/move to Norway :lol:... but this thread might interest you: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4052359
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Get a job/move to Norway :lol:... but this thread might interest you: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4052359
    Really? That's awesome, Norway is a beautiful country and one of the best to live in. Where are you originally from?
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    Take a year out, go abroad, work. Then possibly come back and study for a PGCE.

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    (Original post by Serg96)
    I'm interested in hearing what others plan to do in the future and maybe hopefully give me some ideas. Be a little detailed

    Me personally, I'm in my first year of Uni. After I get my degree I plan to move to Japan and teach English for a bit. Essentially I want to travel. Learn a different language and hopefully become a translator later. I'm bored of living in London. :/
    Getting a teaching Visa in Japan is pretty difficult, they only accept the absolute best

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    Get a job somewhere at a fancy dancy store like NORDSTORM, and make some serious cash.
    Buy my own little room with a room mate or somethin. And only hope I can pay off grad school.
    Oh, and if I'm still interested in becoming actress (my chances are between 1-2 percent in getting anywhere) get myself an agent for acting or somethin. Probably try to be a baker at a bakery as a side job.

    Sounds about right.
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    (Original post by KazuoTakeda)
    Getting a teaching Visa in Japan is pretty difficult, they only accept the absolute best

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    Actually they don't. All you need to a degree in anything. English teachers are high in demand since there aren't many people willing to move to a different country in the first place. It's kind of the whole reason I chose to do a degree or one of the strong motivations. There are multiple organisations that are pretty easy to get into as well which set you up with english teaching jobs. The opportunities seem endless. Even so, if it proves to be difficult I can always go to Korea or China.
 
 
 
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