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Ad-Alta
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As it says!
Pour moi, onto more studying as in sig.
Anyone have any exciting jobs lined up?
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Masters
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Onto more studying too - a PGCE.
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Masters
theres a way to do masters not in university?
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theres a way to do masters not in university?
I think Ad-Alta meant "after university" in the sense of after under-grad
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Going to China.
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Masters and PhD.

Is it just me or does TSR attract a disproportionate number of proto-postgrads? Hardly anyone I know from my course is staying on...
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(Original post by IlexAquifolium)
Masters and PhD.
Is it just me or does TSR attract a disproportionate number of proto-postgrads? Hardly anyone I know from my course is staying on...
Disproportionate as in less, or as in more? :p:
Tbh, the postgraduate subfora is hardly buzzing.
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(Original post by Ad-Alta)
Disproportionate as in less, or as in more? :p:
Tbh, the postgraduate subfora is hardly buzzing.
More - of the four of us who've replied, three are staying in higher education. Within my course I would say it's more like one in five or six who are staying on.
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(Original post by IlexAquifolium)
More - of the four of us who've replied, three are staying in higher education. Within my course I would say it's more like one in five or six who are staying on.
You're probably right; I know of several people (not necessarily in my course) who are pursuing a PGCE, but there are equally a large number of people who have no clue!
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Just finished my masters, have a trauma/orthopaedic surgery rotation sorted... starting with a plastics job.
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Panicking. :p:
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Panicking. :p:
What she said. Prefer not to think about the future.

Basically my plan is to stay in Brighton for a bit and try and do bits and bobs and see if I can make some money through that. We have a few ideas, me and a couple of mates, some of which are less than fully legal, some are just grey market kind of stuff.

Then go to Brazil where my cousin lives and go surfing and kiteboarding and teach English. Maybe go to Shanghai to see a mate too.
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What she said.
*cough*
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(Original post by IlexAquifolium)
Masters and PhD.

Is it just me or does TSR attract a disproportionate number of proto-postgrads? Hardly anyone I know from my course is staying on...
I was thinking this too BUT out of the 25 odd in my year, 3 of us are doing MAs (possibly 4), 3 are going straight onto MPhil/PhD and 3 are doing PGCEs.

Out of that though, only 3 are not mature students. Within my group of school mates and other friends - I'm the only one going further on.
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Is it just me or does TSR attract a disproportionate number of proto-postgrads? Hardly anyone I know from my course is staying on...
Yeah, I think TSR subconsciously encourages such things, lol.
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Yeah, I think TSR subconsciously encourages such things, lol.
There was me thinking it was a motivational selection bias.
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*cough*
I offer an unreserved apology

Normally I assume that people are male in a situation like this, for some bizarre unconscious reason.
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I'm not sure. I've been accepted onto a PGCE course in Sept, but I'm not sure if teaching is right for me. I've currently been applying for loads of gradutae jobs, hopefully I'll get accepted soon.
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I'm doing an MA in Old English Studies
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