If Leaving University Worries You…Don’t
Your undergraduate degree isn’t necessarily the end of university. If student life agrees with you, and you’re willing to trade a few nights out for a more intensive course of study, consider taking a Masters or even a PhD. Some of your more self-assured friends may already be planning their doctoral thesis, but you needn’t have things mapped out in such detail. If you enjoyed your undergrad course well enough, you’ll love the freedom that graduate studies afford you to bear down on the topics that fascinate you.
You might also consider an extra bit of study toward a professional qualification, even your undergrad course wasn’t all you’d hoped it would be, or if your interests changed over the years (which is only human). Conversion courses in education, medicine, IT, engineering, and a host of other fields can turn your interests into nationally recognised qualifications that will prepare you more fully for your big jump into the workplace.