AliciaFreeman
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I am currently trying to figure out what courses to take at university as I am sending off my UCAS application in a month. However, I have recently discovered journalism and I am interested in the subject, but I have had no previous experience and the subjects in A Level I am currently doing is geography, biology and sociology. Therefore, what should I do? should I try and pursue a degree in journalism even though I am competing with people who have experience?
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I think Universities, especially this year knowing that it's difficult to get work experience anyways, are looking for passion so it you are genuinely interested, they will see that in your personal statement with your wider reading etc.
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honestly, take a short free online course on futurelearn or smth and see if u truly like it bc if u only recently found an interest for it, u need to make sure it would last at least 3 years if ur doing it as a degree
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