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Old 16-07-2019, 08:49 AM   #1
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Going to Poly at 25

Hi guys... I'm thinking of going to a local poly next year after a series of unfortunate events with my studies....

However I'm torn between full time and part-time. Studying full-time would mean sacrificing 3 years' worth of income, while part-time, honestly it's just a CET cert right with not much recognition from employers. Going to poly at 25 would mean graduating at 28/29...

I'm going to enroll in a totally new course different from what I've studied previously.

Help, how should I decide?
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Old 16-07-2019, 08:59 AM   #2
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Hi guys... I'm thinking of going to a local poly next year after a series of unfortunate events with my studies....

However I'm torn between full time and part-time. Studying full-time would mean sacrificing 3 years' worth of income, while part-time, honestly it's just a CET cert right with not much recognition from employers. Going to poly at 25 would mean graduating at 28/29...

I'm going to enroll in a totally new course different from what I've studied previously.

Help, how should I decide?
You can go for full time and work part time at night?

It will be very stressful though
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Old 16-07-2019, 10:49 AM   #3
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Which will be a better choice, or should I just forget about studying altogether, since I already messed up my life.
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Old 16-07-2019, 03:03 PM   #4
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Which will be a better choice, or should I just forget about studying altogether, since I already messed up my life.
Same situation, I kinda screw up too -.-
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Old 21-07-2019, 09:12 PM   #5
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You should take a full-time diploma which is more recognised than a part-time diploma. As long as you are willing to put in the effort, you should go for it.

Hi guys... I'm thinking of going to a local poly next year after a series of unfortunate events with my studies....

However I'm torn between full time and part-time. Studying full-time would mean sacrificing 3 years' worth of income, while part-time, honestly it's just a CET cert right with not much recognition from employers. Going to poly at 25 would mean graduating at 28/29...

I'm going to enroll in a totally new course different from what I've studied previously.

Help, how should I decide?
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Old 21-07-2019, 11:58 PM   #6
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To be honest I messed up my life too. But itís not the end, if your goal is to ultimately get a degree a part time CET diploma is good enough while you churn in the working hours.

Itís never too late to start. Iíve know people who only got their degree when they are 38. And this is because they started when they are 34 yrs old.

Itís only too late when u give up all hope. To be honest Iíve been in your shoes before. But I didnít give up and Iím still moving forward one step at a time.

If your parents donít support you or canít support you find a way to do it yourself. As long as you persevere you will get there just slower. Think positively.
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Old 23-07-2019, 02:39 PM   #7
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Hi guys... I'm thinking of going to a local poly next year after a series of unfortunate events with my studies....

However I'm torn between full time and part-time. Studying full-time would mean sacrificing 3 years' worth of income, while part-time, honestly it's just a CET cert right with not much recognition from employers. Going to poly at 25 would mean graduating at 28/29...I'm going to enroll in a totally new course different from what I've studied previously.

Help, how should I decide?
Is this your 2nd poly diploma? If it is, you aren't entitled to a subsidy and you'll have to pay full fees.
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Old 23-07-2019, 02:52 PM   #8
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Is this your 2nd poly diploma? If it is, you aren't entitled to a subsidy and you'll have to pay full fees.

CET diploma is not affected as the funding is from SSG but you are right that if full time diploma, TS might be affected.... this might be a reason why TS wants to do a CET diploma
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Old 02-08-2019, 12:40 AM   #9
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Hi guys... I'm thinking of going to a local poly next year after a series of unfortunate events with my studies....

However I'm torn between full time and part-time. Studying full-time would mean sacrificing 3 years' worth of income, while part-time, honestly it's just a CET cert right with not much recognition from employers. Going to poly at 25 would mean graduating at 28/29...

I'm going to enroll in a totally new course different from what I've studied previously.

Help, how should I decide?
It's doesn't matter how old you enter poly. As I entered poly at the age of 24 after I have finished my NS. I'm already 26 and full-time student.

I would encourage you to study full-time because you can study and communicate together with your classmates. It will be stressful if you are working full time and study part time unless you can manage your schedule.
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