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Am I too late to start pursuing a bachelor's degree on mechanical engineering at the age of 26? Will I even be able to make a career out of it?

Am I too late to start pursuing a bachelor's degree on mechanical engineering at the age of 26? Will I even be able to make a career out of it?Am I too late to start pursuing a bachelor's degree on mechanical engineering at the age of 26? Will I even be able to make a career out of it?2021-07-06 12:52:44Mr_戚

I started Mechanical Engineering school at 25, and before I graduated at 29, I went to school with a contractor who was 56 and getting his electrical engineering degree.

I’m in the military, so it’s a little different, but I certainly don’t feel discriminated against as a 39-year old when my peers are in their early 30’s.

Here’s what you need to decide: is my life going to be better enough, and for long enough, after I get my degree that I think it’s worth putting in the work to get a degree? If the answer is yes, who cares how old you are? If the answer is no, again, who cares how old you are?

I specifically did NOT do my bachelor’s degree in anything less rigorous because I couldn’t imagine my life asking myself “what if” for the rest of my life, and I have yet to meet someone without a hard science or engineering degree that I have felt that I want to emulate.

I hope that helps.

In Germany, is it considered old / late to start a bachelor's degree at 22 years of age?

In Germany, is it considered old / late to start a bachelor's degree at 22 years of age?2021-06-26 22:39:32Mr_扶

It depends.

Most of your class will consist of 18 or 19 year-olds, fresh from the Gymnasium.

But there are always some people who did something else first - travel the world, join the army, volunteer for charitable work…the usual. Or they (like me) might have already started another course of study or vocational training.

So no. I don't think 22 is “old” for starting a Bachelor's.

Fun fact: my oldest Komillitone in studying CS was around 50 years old - she had studied it before and wanted a refresher.

I am only 32 years old. Am I way too old to start my Bachelor's degree in Math Education?

I am only 32 years old. Am I way too old to start my Bachelor's degree in Math Education?2021-07-31 15:35:52Mr_虞

Thank you for asking for an answer to your question, "Is it too late to go to college to study Mathematics at the age of 31?”

I don’t think it is ever too late to go to college. If you have a mathematics degree, you could go into teaching which is not age-biased as other fields. Many service members go to college after a stint in the military and they often finish college in their late 20’s .

Best of luck in your careerForgive my errors in punctuation or spelling while using speech-to-text software. What I write here is not medical, legal or financial advice.

Is 20 too late to start a career in journalism? I cannot afford a degree, so what can I do? Where should I start?

Is 20 too late to start a career in journalism? I cannot afford a degree, so what can I do? Where should I start?2021-08-18 12:47:11Mr_冯

First, when you say you cannot afford a degree, have you explored your local community college? (They tend to offer a two year degree— an Associate’s— and they are often less expensive than a four year school.) Have you explored taking a course or two online? Truth be told, it’s a different world now. Where people used to go directly to college after high school, these days people may take a year off, or several years off, or join the military for a while, or whatever. There are many ways to get a college education, and there’s no time limit; plus it’s useful to learn about journalism by taking a course with an experienced professional.

That said, it is absolutely possible to get into journalism at 20 (or 30 or 40). Check into your local community access TV station; if your community doesn’t have one, seek out a community that does. Many of the local cable access stations offer training that will allow you to learn reporting and perhaps even be part of a news program. Also, check into college radio stations— even if you are only taking one course, you can still be part of a college station, and they too might be willing to train you; the same is true for the college newspaper. And then there is blogging. By all means, start your own blog and begin getting practice writing about current events. Find some local reporters (be they print or radio or TV or internet) who are credible and reputable, and emulate them, as you develop your own style. And by all means, don’t think that 20 is too late— perhaps fifty years ago, that might have been true, but these days, there are many options and possibilities. I hope you find one that is right for you!

In Germany, is it considered old / late to start a bachelor's degree at 22 years of age?

In Germany, is it considered old / late to start a bachelor's degree at 22 years of age?2021-07-06 02:39:10Mr_祁

No.

Maybe for the youngest people there today it would seem a little late. Until 2011 Germany had mandatory military service. German males would serve in the military or provide a year of alternative service, which is still practiced in Germany to day (FSJ), though it is now voluntary and open to everyone in exchange for some government benefits. People tend to treat it as a low paying internship opportunity that often leads to further training and employment.

On top of that, the German school system included 13 years of school, not twelve, until just a few years ago.

Add to that a tradition of taking a year off, and just recently, the average German student wouldn’t have started university until age 21.

Will I be able to make a career in Aeronautical Engineering with a bachelor’s degree?

Will I be able to make a career in Aeronautical Engineering with a bachelor’s degree?2021-06-19 05:24:53Mr_东方

Well it really depends on your field of interest. If you are in a part 147 program, this means its purely technical, hands on job concentrated mainly on maintenance and troubleshooting.

Now there are universities that top up your maintenance license with a bachelors degree. And surely you can start a career in the aerospace/aeronautical engineering field. But with bachelors you will only be able to reach upto a certain level in your career. To proceed further you would need a masters or maybe even a Phd.

But Aerospace engineering has main focus on design, analysis, testing, even though there are hands on opportunities but its not that intensive as in Aircraft Maintenance.

So its purely based on your interest in the field. But for your question the answer is definitely yes. You can find job with your Bachelors in selected countries around the world

But my suggestion is if you are interested in Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering rather than Part 147 License then get a job 1st and once you have a decent work experience complete your Masters while working (as most companies support these) and then you wil have a solid career in this field.

Good Luck!

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