Forgive me all I have not updated this page for a while. Well my studies have now concluded, in fact they did so some months ago and I received my results in August.
I am glad to announce that I have passed my masters course. This is great news and means I can get on with my life as my studying years are now over.
I have no intention to study another degree or masters type course. Those years although spent earning qualifications were probably a good thing have ultimately proved that life is about more than studying or work. I mean could I do a lot more and the answer is yes I could. My ambitions and goals are all complete and many more lay ahead. I’m more qualified than a lot of people and also have a lot to learn still.
My advice to people studying is just to get it over with. In todays climate of lack of work and lack of pay people are going to struggle regardless of qualifications so just have it for the sake of completing it. A part of life for many I am sure. All the best but this is thankfully the last post on my journey to law page!
I knew from Linkedin posts that my degree was probably delivered yesterday and sitting in my letterbox.
Where is my letterbox and how do I find that? Nobody told me how to do it…
Anyway it was, and now I have a certificate.
Wait, mommy, didn’t the scarecrow get a certificate at the end of the wizard of oz? Yes Shandelier, he did, and he also came to a great realisation.
Anonymous student: “Hang on, there’s a certificate at the end?”
I found the certificate in the letterbox within a card envelope. Printed in the lower corner the words, ‘certificate, do not bend.’ I wonder what would have happened had they sent it via tracked and signed? Would they have just dumped it outside the building to blow away in the wind?
I haven’t achieved anything in passing the course. I haven’t gained anything in receiving the diploma certificate. If anything, I have lost time, money and life that could have been better spent elsewhere.
I used a frame I already had, but I want to buy a black frame as it seems to match my tv stand better.
Here’s a shout out to all recent graduates, may your money have been better spent elsewhere.
What am I talking about? I am laughing all the way to the bank! Law is one of the few subjects worth doing at university along with medicine. Doctors and lawyers being some of the only careers left worth having an education for, essential!