I am undecided as to whether to continue my post grad I started last year. Having this year off on maternity leave but I will need to work at least part time next year. So fitting in study as well doesn't sound appealing. And I am still not 100% sure I want to finish the course.
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23-09-2016 12:29 #11
23-09-2016 15:14 #12
I'm studying next year! I'm 35, nearly 36, I applied for a bachelor of nursing, and got accepted! 3 years full time, I'll be 39 when I finish.
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10-11-2016 19:01 #13
Just got accepted for a Bachelor of Business (Sport & Recreation Management). So I can still work and look after DD, I'll only be doing it part time, so at this rate, I'll be 48 when and if I finish.
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10-11-2016 21:32 #14
11-11-2016 06:00 #15
Thanks. UniSA - City West campus.
11-11-2016 11:35 #16
I'm 29, starting a Bachelor of Medicine next year...I'll be 34 at graduation. You're never too old, there were a couple of 50 and 60 somethings in my first degree.
We currently have one child and may have another along the way, we'll see
11-11-2016 15:08 #17
I'm not too old to study, but the older I get, the less likely I'll get a job out of it.
18-11-2016 21:57 #18
i'm currently studying to become a doula and i'm in the middle of a diploma of business
18-11-2016 22:09 #19
I'm going to continue studying my Cert IV in Interior Next year but as I'm considering going from 3 days at work to 5 days, I'll trial doing just one subject a semester.
19-11-2016 06:40 #20
I'm considering studying a Masters program next year. I'm tossing up whether to stick with my undergrad field or change to a different field. With our first baby coming in March/April, I may even choose neither lol.
P.S. Anyone who says you're too old to study is probably just jealous that they don't have the same drive for growth or self improvement that you do. One of my undergrad classmates (who I graduated with this year) was 61, and she was one of the first in our graduating class to gain employment in the field.
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