What Degree Should I Do?
Deciding what university degree to select is a decision that causes many headaches.
This can probably be considered one of the most important decisions of your life, so you should examine the various options available to you with caution and not take it lightly. In some cases, obtaining an admission letter can make the decision almost final. Although in cases like this, the wise decision is not to close ourselves and examine all possibilities with an open mind.
Below, we go through some of the important factors that should be considered.Sign Up and Explore All the Possibilities
Factors to Consider
- Professional Outcome: Is there a current demand for this degree? How difficult will it be to find a job after you graduate?
- Salary Expectation: Is the salary level ambitions enough for you?
- Career of the Future: What is the future trend? Is it a profession related to new technologies or is it becoming obsolete?
- Vocation: Do you like the job? Would you like to do it for the rest of your life?
Ideally you should consider all these factors before making a decision and not rush. On the left you can see an example of a Mind Map evaluating the pros and cons of various degrees.
University Degrees: Areas of Knowledge
Nowadays, the university degrees available to students is vast, especially considering the amount of universities in the world.
Therefore, it would be practically impossible to list them all. We have chosen some of the most popular university degrees and divided them by areas of knowledge accompanied by some featured resources.
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Arts & Humanities
- Psychological Studies
- Art History
- English Language and Literature
- Language Studies
Business & Management
- Accountancy & Finance
- Accounting & Mathematics
- Accounting & Statistics
- Business & Management
- Business Economics
- Finance & Mathematics
- Finance & Statistics
- Computing Science
- Digital Media
- Information Studies
- Software Engineering
- Mobile Software Engineering
- Neuroinformatics (Computing and Physiology)
- Biomedical Engineering
- Sports Science & Nutrition