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    I am currently studying Foundation Engineering and I've always said to myself that I want to become a Civil Engineering, even though I only knew extremely few details about that course and what we do. After applying, I decided to make some research (I know, extremely stupid), I realised that I will not exactly enjoy some aspects of that course. One of the main reasons I chose Civil Engineering is because of the amount of mathematics is required in that subject.

    Now I was thinking of doing something along the lines of accounting and finance, but I don't think I can do that since I've done foundation engineering

    Are you sure that you will definitely not enjoy Civil Engineering? What aspects put you off?

    If you do want to switch degrees/ careers paths you can still do this. I would research first into accounting and finance careers and degrees to make sure this is the step you want to take.
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