Ep002 Does a university degree still have value?

In this episode, Ivan and Daniel break down the stresses of choosing a tertiary education. We uncover how the school system may be failing you and why parents and carers need to make a conscious decision on being more proactive in their child’s lives. We take a deep dive into why acquiring a Student Loan may set you back further than you think. We delve into what to do when you finish school and why it’s not the end of the world if you don’t get into course/career you initially want.

We ask the question whether parents and schools are asking too much out of 17 year olds to decide what they want to do for the rest of their lives and finally we shift the focus on the parents and why they, and teachers, need to up their game! This episode is both empathetic and factual, exploring the trials and tribulations of deciding on your tertiary education, if any.

Listen here;

Published by Journey to Wherever the Podcast

Journey to Wherever is a weekly podcast by two mates who also just happen to be brother-in laws, getting together each week to record discussions that shouldn’t be left unsaid. Daniel and Ivan discuss many topics from lifestyle, philosophy, parenting, life’s general hypotheticals and business & entrepreneurship. Each episode is sure to take you on a journey filled with laughs, debates and (maybe) tears. We believe that deep conversations facilitate ones quest to better understand ourselves and others on this journey to being greater humans. We hope this show provides you value and that our perspective has an impact on your own Journey to Wherever.

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