The prospect of studying a degree in Psychology can seem both exciting and daunting. Psychology isn’t typically a subject option until A Level, so many students haven’t studied psychology very much, if at all.
That indeed is the question worth asking… Everyone, I believe, comes through the stage when you are indecisive about your future and struggle to realize which path of your future to choose. But when it […]
You may be thinking about going to university, but are unsure of what it is you would like to study, or you may be finding it difficult to choose between various courses which interest you.
Deciding what to study at the University can be a very hard and crucial decision to make. If you are one of those lucky ones that already know or found themselves enjoying a particular field or subject, then you probably already know which direction to take in the future.
Imagine choosing your dream job at the tender age of 6 and being told by anyone and everyone that you will eventually change your mind, yet starting University pursuing that same dream job, and having one year left until you are finally living your dream. Overwhelming right?
When I moved to Worcester I was unaware that it was in the Midlands. I was also unaware that the Midlands meant ‘middle of the land’ and, therefore, there would be no seaside which I am so used to at home.
Choosing a course can be quite difficult, especially as there are so many options to choose from nowadays. My advice for you is to study something you love!
Choosing what to study for your degree is going to be one of the hardest, yet most important decisions you will make.