Hello I’m in a situation where I would like to do a physics degree, but I’m unsure if I could do it. And would like to hear from anyone that might have insight into part time studying of physics.
I’m an artist, and also work a flexible job. My rent is minimal due to living as a property guardian. My outgoing total rent+ bills and living expenses are about £300 a month.
So I think I can afford the course. My only concern is just how much work is needed. Do you work daily or can you do 2 or 3 full days a week?
Or a mix of a few evenings and one full day? Wondering peoples experiences.
My art will probably take me to Japan in 2 or three years. I understand i’ll Be able to continue studies if I do go. As I’m hoping to be there for one year. (My current learning schedule I do at least one hour of drawing a day, and about 30 mins Japanese)
I’m single and 33 years old, not wanting a family of my own so the financial commitment and time commitment seems quite possible, as I know people work full time have families and still manage to study a degree part time, just not sure how busy the lives of people that study physics are.
Are unis responsible for your grades?