It's looking hopefull that work will be funding a part time degree course for me next year so, as I haven't posted anything excting on here for a while, I thought I'd stick this up and spark some conversation.
I'll (hopefully) be studying for a BEng HONS in Civil engineering and the teaching will cover, over a four year period, what is essentially the final 2 years of the full time degree course. The University requires a good HNC or an HND to get on the course as they don't do level one part time (I have a good HNC in the same subject).
So, with the HNC under my belt, lots of supportive people at work, and previous universtiy experience doing (and passing) an un-related degree I'm not too worried about the content. The one thing I am worried about is getting there: the course is run at Kingston Uni (London) and I live outside Portsmouth so with a full day of lectures and travel I'm looking at a long ass day. I'm positive that it'll pay off in the long run though as I'm desperate to make the transition from technician to engineer
Anyone else done a degree on day release? Is it going to be as knackering as I think it's going to be?