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Posted by  Floval on July 09, 2003 at 11:26:18:

In Reply to:  Re: course still being discouraged ? posted by M_E on July 08, 2003 at 22:34:58:

Thanks for the reply, and very best wishes to you too. A main point I was trying to make is "don't jump off the conveyor belt" unless you are really keen to do something else for a positive reason. It is difficult to get back on it later, not least due to the financial implications (having since done other degrees, I would have to be self-financing if I went back to Architecture studies).

You're right about age, it shouldn't matter, in fact I remember some students back then who were older than I am now. The use of computers is the biggest change I see from my earlier experience, this can only be good as you will be developing transferable skills. Given that i'm in IT now, I should keep working at the autocad/3D stuff in case I do make the change. Good to hear from you.

 
 
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