So I started a second university

Today I registered in a second unversity. I am going to study business information technology. Another 4 year. Maybe when I am 30 years old and I have 2 university degree I can find a job :smiley: At least I am interested in this school. Next plan is to find a light job where I can work 4 days a week in full time because my fridays and saturdays are completely full with this new degree. Let’s hope for the best. Good luck for everybody starting or continuing his/her studies in September :smiley:

I’m starting my studies the 2nd November. Good luck to both of us! XD

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I Want to study more but no funds all i do is work work XD and some issues prevent me always lol

This is free for me, the state pays the bill until I have good grades :stuck_out_tongue:

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ButtStallion Well in our place it is blood,sweat and tears to get the piece of paper

I just saw my subjects for this semester, I am crying already :smiley: 90% mathematics and IT and 10% economy :smiley:

ButtStallion welcome to the club xD … I have two finished university and two different professions (Bachelor Sc. in Transport Sciences and Bachelor of IT Science (system engineering and administration)) On top of that I’m trying to finish a master’s degree in IT Science … on to do list is defend a master’s thesis and a 3 exams xD … and I’m old like methuselah 38 years :slight_smile: … but the story is honestly; that much more important than the diploma and title is the practical skills and work experience when it comes to employment … If you have the time with work and study I would recommend to you professional certification like CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ , VMware Virtualization Microsoft certification such as Microsoft Specialist certification in Windows 7/ 8.1 or MCSA : Windows Server 2012 R2 / 2016, MCSE: Server Infrastructure or Private Cloud … Optionaly Cisco Networking like CCNA /CCNP … If your goal is to work with hardware or as a Systems Engineer … If on the other hand programming something that interests you also does not hurt to have certification …

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Mark2K77 I did not think about a specialization yet, I have a year and a half to think about that. But because this is a business IT course, I think I will stay with the profitable bank sector and do something about that.
My previous degree is business communication, but i did not find a job with that and I honestly more of a it guy than a talkative man, that was the wrong way, now i try to correct it with this :smiley:

ButtStallion in that case best branch of certification in IT segment for you is maybe something like PMI or PMP Project Management Professional, IT Infrastructure Library (ITLI)

Congratz man hopefully it goes well.