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Higher Education: Is Going to University a Want or a Need?

As I approach my final months in Polytechnic, the question of “what’s next?” is constantly on my mind. The most appealing option is, of course, the most common: furthering my studies at university. However, as I inch closer to graduation, I start to wonder if I should spend another three to four years of my life watching lectures and completing assignments to get a degree. If you’re just like me; unsure about how to reply when someone asks about your path post-graduation, read on. In this article, I’ll be covering the various considerations surrounding the pursuit of a university degree.

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Dance is for everyone. Even if you think you are ‘too old’, ‘too inflexible’ or ‘not creative enough’, there will always be a place for you in dance.

From Fighter to Mentor: Eugene Ng

Fancy picking up martial arts? Here’s a piece of advice from Eugene Ng, 32, a martial artist of 25 years and counting.

Unconventional: Grades, Journeys and the Big S Word

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Higher Education: Is Going to University a Want or a Need?

Higher Education: Is Going to University a Want or a Need?

As I approach my final months in Polytechnic, the question of “what’s next?” is constantly on my mind. The most appealing option is, of course, the most common: furthering my studies at university. However, as I inch closer to graduation, I start to wonder if I should spend another three to four years of my life watching lectures and completing assignments to get a degree. If you’re just like me; unsure about how to reply when someone asks about your path post-graduation, read on. In this article, I’ll be covering the various considerations surrounding the pursuit of a university degree.

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