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no fucking clue what I want to study.

Talk about what you have learned in school/college/university, and discuss with others.
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby kasia » Apr 6th, '14, 18:19

Charlotte wrote:Just signed up for Law with a focus on International Business Law (English variant) so I still study a few subjects in English as I wanted

Can always change my inscription within a month but I think it's gonna be this

Good luck with law studies :y:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby EG. » Apr 6th, '14, 18:26

Charlotte wrote:Just signed up for Law with a focus on International Business Law (English variant) so I still study a few subjects in English as I wanted

Can always change my inscription within a month but I think it's gonna be this

Dope, good decision!
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby NextEpisode » Aug 6th, '14, 16:11

No clue what to study, or what career path to take? Which industry etc?

My (career-) advice would be to think about, and try to find an intersection of:

(1) Something that is valuable
(2) Something that you are good at
(3) Something that relatively few are doing

Or, you can think of these as questions:

(1) What skills/professions do you think are relevant today, in 10 years, in 20 years?
(2) What are you good at, and what are your interests?
(3) Within the field of your interest, what are relatively few doing (that you think is valuable)?

These are not easy questions. But thinking about these questions is – I think – in itself a step in the right direction, and it might help...

Good luck! :b:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TranSlucEnt » Aug 26th, '14, 05:49

I'm majoring in Health Information Technology. Good stable field, and decent pay :y:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TranSlucEnt » Aug 26th, '14, 05:59

Horse wrote:i recently declared an english major


:y:

First time, or changed majors?
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby SliK » Aug 26th, '14, 06:01

How old are you Horse?
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby Tash8 » Aug 26th, '14, 06:08

I don't think it matters too much. I finished university a few months ago and I studied Linguistics with emphasis in Language, Culture, Society. Today I work in analytics and engineering. My point is you should use University as a time to enjoy life and find what you're good at. Let that come to you, don't force it-I promise that wont work. If you have to choose something now, choose something you actually like and change it later if you need. It takes time to know what you want to do in life and sometimes your major or your education is not necessarily the field you end up working in. The most valuable lesson I can give you, is that you should pick up a skill. It doesn't matter what is, but have a skill. Too many people think University is only a time for education, but by the time you finish your years, you're 22-24 years old with no skills and useless information. Learn, pick up and fine tune new skills, and make sure you meet people and enjoy the ride cause it wont last.

1 more thing: Travel :y:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TranSlucEnt » Aug 26th, '14, 06:14

Tash8 wrote:I don't think it matters too much. I finished university a few months ago and I studied Linguistics with emphasis in Language, Culture, Society. Today I work in analytics and engineering. My point is you should use University as a time to enjoy life and find what you're good at. Let that come to you, don't force it-I promise that wont work. If you have to choose something now, choose something you actually like and change it later if you need. It takes time to know what you want to do in life and sometimes your major or your education is not necessarily the field you end up working in. The most valuable lesson I can give you, is that you should pick up a skill. It doesn't matter what is, but have a skill. Too many people think University is only a time for education, but by the time you finish your years, you're 22-24 years old with no skills and useless information. Learn, pick up and fine tune new skills, and make sure you meet people and enjoy the ride cause it wont last.

1 more thing: Travel :y:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TonyTilt » Aug 26th, '14, 20:14

soulcrete1 wrote:
Tash8 wrote:I don't think it matters too much. I finished university a few months ago and I studied Linguistics with emphasis in Language, Culture, Society. Today I work in analytics and engineering. My point is you should use University as a time to enjoy life and find what you're good at. Let that come to you, don't force it-I promise that wont work. If you have to choose something now, choose something you actually like and change it later if you need. It takes time to know what you want to do in life and sometimes your major or your education is not necessarily the field you end up working in. The most valuable lesson I can give you, is that you should pick up a skill. It doesn't matter what is, but have a skill. Too many people think University is only a time for education, but by the time you finish your years, you're 22-24 years old with no skills and useless information. Learn, pick up and fine tune new skills, and make sure you meet people and enjoy the ride cause it wont last.

1 more thing: Travel :y:
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TonyTilt » Aug 28th, '14, 01:46

Plz tell Rolle I said hi
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Re: no fucking clue what I want to study.

Postby TranSlucEnt » Sep 4th, '14, 02:23

Don't push or be pressured to pick something right away.. just let it come to you. Or take some time off. Thats what I did
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