school, 6th form, university, and getting a masters degree in writing (with no gap years in between), I felt well and truly knackered from study. I don't think I could cope with going through it all again for quite some time. If I did, then I would either go for the MFA in writing, or take on a baking course.
I already have a BA, majoring in art history, so if I was to continue my studies I'd probably pursue this further...at least to do my masters or maybe even further. I'd want to think about it carefully, though, as it's a big commitment time-wise and there are so many other things I want to do in my life as well. If I did continue, I'd definitely do part-time. The thought of studying full-time again is a bit overwhelming.
I will finish my Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the end of the year and I am already planning further study. I just love study and I think it is a great way to keep your brain functioning and as a result keeping you young.
Was continuously studying, & sitting exams for my work. This was for 45 years' of my career.
Have had ENOUGH of FORMAL study!
IF, & that's a really big IF, I got motivated enough, I'd study for my Speech & Drama Licentiate. Two exams of one Practice, one Theory. End of. But that's not going to happen in the foreseeable future!
In the meantime, I 'hobby' study multiple liked Subjects, by watching, & listening to DVD's from 'The Great Courses'.
I find this very relaxing, as NO exams required, & I can just absorb the info like a 'sponge'! Keeps the 'little grey cells' active, too! It's just like watching a Documentary on TV really, of one's favourite subject(s)!