What to do when feeling uncertain about my career pathway and university degree?Watch
Thanks for your advice, I do think getting a job quickly is a huge benefit but I wouldn't personally pick a career/degree purely for this reason as I really just want to find something I enjoy and have a passion for. I think all of my options would lead me somewhere in time though and all of them cost the same amount so that shouldn't be a huge issue when deciding thankfully!
I already completed 3 years on a sports course and have applied to study Physiotherapy for September 2021, but even though my degree is somewhat relevant, it's still incredibly difficult to get into. The biggest thing holding me back is lack of experience (specifically with working in NHS).
The flexibility is great, but I've essentially wasted 3/4 years and I am to spend another 3. If I was to go back in time I would study the relevant GCSEs and A-Levels, and attend physiotherapy right away.
It may also better help you decide if it’s right for you.