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What age and degree?
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What age and degree?
I was 21 and a degree in business management
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Pharmacy and will be 23 when I graduate (hopefully) / this coming summer
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i'll be 25 PPE at oxford
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Probably just before I am 30 from the latest degree -- which is slightly depressing.
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Did you take some gap years? Or a second degree?
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Probably just before I am 30 from the latest degree -- which is slightly depressing.
Which degrees have you done?
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26 BA Philosophy
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Which degrees have you done?
Postgrad, so maybe not what you're asking about.

You can find statistics on the HESA site for the age of students when they start their degrees. I believe, that 79% of students on the first year of their degree are 20 or younger.

You can also find the percentage of mature students by uni here: https://st.hitcreative.com/education...leSearchAnchor
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20 when I graduated in my degree for nursing all those years ago now.

Be 29.5 hopefully next June when I complete my midwife degree course
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Does the new uni you're lecturing at have more mature students, have you noticed, than the other uni?
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Does the new uni you're lecturing at have more mature students, have you noticed, than the other uni?
Fewer in terms of ones that I taught, but I think in general there are more (or there seem to be more milling about!)

Might be on the move again soon, actually :laugh:
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Fewer in terms of ones that I taught, but I think in general there are more (or there seem to be more milling about!)

Might be on the move again soon, actually :laugh:
Oh really? In the NW or further afield?

Good luck with it; presume fixed term, after that 35k oi oi!
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Oh really? In the NW or further afield?

Good luck with it; presume fixed term, after that 35k oi oi!
A few hours away.

Emailed me last week for writing samples and to make sure it was ok to get onto references, so nothing 100% yet but I guess I have as good a chance as anyone else

Yep, 3 year thing!
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Age 24. Filmmaking and Screenwriting

Will be 28 when I finish my Biomedical Science degree.
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23 Paramedic science 🚑
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BSc (Hons) Genetics and Molecular Biology - 22 (Graduate in 9 days!!!)

MSc Molecular Genetics & Diagnostics - 23 (Hopefully)
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Medicine. Graduating at 28
And then many more years of training on top of that!
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22. Languages :headbang:
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Age 24. Filmmaking and Screenwriting

Will be 28 when I finish my Biomedical Science degree.
Quite a difference between those degrees...Are you planning on making a sequel to Scrubs?

Is the Biomed a postgrad degree or another undergrad one?
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