large060913.jpgAh the things you discover when you go looking – the things they don’t make all that clear. How misleading! How decietful! How silly of me not to check.

It seems that if I want to do industry placement with Communication Design (at 3rd year) – which I can assure you I want to do – unless I am a complete flop and cannot come up with a Credit average, (in which it becomes a non-option), then I am automatically obliged to do a fourth year honors.

Thats right four whole big fat long fun years at uni.

Ahh the delays, the setbacks, the already being three years out of school! My oh my! Does it never end!

(Shutup Rebecca and get into a course and finish something!)


My Dad is going to laugh at me for this one, but here are my options – ideas/advice/opinons are very welcome.

I have just gotten my timetable for uni. NB. I have low contact hours. Freak out poor science/law students.

My current situation looks like this (of being in at uni):

Monday: 12:30-5:30 (solid classes)
Tuesday: 11:30-2:30 (solid classes)
Thursday: 9:30-3:00 (inc. 1.5hrs killing time/study)

I can change my timetable can look like this (2 days in only but leaving the house at 7:00am one morning):

Monday: 9:00-5:30 (inc. 2.5hrs of killing time/study)
Tuesday: 8:30-2:30 (solid classes)

What say you? Get up super early and squash it down to two days?

Now remember that I’ll work 1.5-2 days and that will be flexible and uni is say 40ish minutes from work and they’re quite keen for a half day.

Last option (move one class only):

Monday: 12:30-5:30 (solid classes)
Tuesday: 8:30-2:30 (solid classes)
Thursday: 9:30-10:30 (one class then maybe work a half day)

Regardless of the situation I’ll be in for 4 days with uni and work so public transport costs don’t change whatever I pick.

Best possible secenario?