Asked by Anonymous
Asked on 19 Oct 2019
The price of going overseas to pursue a degree is the same as going to LASALLE.
However, if I pursue a degree in NTU or NUS, it would be cheaper but it is not what I want or just teaching the basics of what I’ve learnt in Poly.
However, if I pursue it overseas/LASALLE, I do not have enough money and might need to obtain a study loan.
What should I do? Or should I just work?
Suggestion: Learn on the job!
05 Nov 2019
There are many people that I’ve met in my line of work, that studied one field and went to work in non related industries.
My suggestion is, work for a year in the field that you wish to pursue and using the work experience to figure what’s your next course of action while saving up money so that it will not be so taxing on you should you choose to further your studies.
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05 Nov 2019
Top Contributor (Nov)
Overseas (by far).
Exposure to other ways of doing things and other people's thought process will go a long way to enhancing your capacity (and therefore value!) to solve problems in the workplace in future.
I work in Media and I think the degree you have don't really matter.
Just go for whichever makes you happier.
Which type of media role are you referring to? For example advertising, creative etc.