There comes a time in life when school ends or is about to end, and then you have to think ahead and University Orientation.
Is there a single word that scares leavers over “Maturity?” One of those words that is used by teachers as a weapon of blackmail.
As we all know, choose the university is one of the most complicated steps of five years. There are many alternatives to choose from and it is not always so straightforward. There are people who have a dream since I was little and then go on the safe side. Many others, like me, continue to change my mind every week. We then decided to collect 4 tips infallible to choose the best university.
1) Concentrate on what you like
Did you ever put in front of a mirror asking, “But I, as an adult, I want to do?” If the answer is no hurry to do so. It must be clear with yourself and realize what we really like it. We types who like mathematics? Or prefer the humanities? We have more common sense or logical? We prefer studying or reason? So many questions to each of us must answer.
2) Imagine an after
Do not choose the university only on the basis of what we want to study, but also to those who we want to be after college. There is a job that you like more than others? There is something on which would you spend all hours of your life? If the answer is yes, well, we have a winner!
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3) Dealing with those who started
You’ll undoubtedly relatives or friends who have already begun their studies who are you going to do. When I had to choose, I rewrote it to people who had not heard for years just to have some more information. So come on, pick up that phone and start making the necessary questions in hand. Maybe someone will respond!
4) Ask the Professor
Like what? We all have that professor, one to which we would say it all, the one with which we are in tune, as always ready to encourage us, to always willing to help out and to stand by our side. Here, no one better than he knows us at the school level. Take a moment to talk to him and try to figure out if he has any pearl of wisdom in Serbia for you!
How did you choose your university? Do you have any advice for your peers (desperate)? Let us know!