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sammiemk

31 months ago

Is a college education better than a university education?

In my opinion, I think it depends on which programs you are taking. In terms of success, sometimes a college educated person goes farther than one with a university education.
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birdiewith2

  30 months ago
In my opinion, a college education is more applied towards getting a job right away upon completion of the prgram that you are studying. College is also a less expensive way to earn a college diploma. University on the other hand opens up more opporturities in the long run to get higher paying jobs and more intersting work. You can also work toward an masters or phd. However the costs of these are porhibitive and unlesss you have wealthy families or are willing to pay back huge loans univerisities are somethimes out of the picture.
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btnanny

  31 months ago
It depends on what your goal is at the end what education you choose.
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londongypsy

  31 months ago
That really depends on the program you're taking, like you said. University can be a bit more of a commitment in time and money and sometimes (SOMETIMES!) leads to higher income careers. Colleges however, enjoy the middle ground, not as expensive but more toward trades. I think the mentally going into university might be a little more serious as well... just from observing living in a city with a large university and large college. The majority of the student ruccusses are from the college.
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aleneleeman

  31 months ago
There is also the fact that in some cases you can get both a college and university education. There are college programs if completed can give you a break on a university degree. So if your not really sure which way to go you can always do both and get the experience of both.I myself have a college education and was happy with just going to college. But you are right when you say it all depends on which program you choose. In the end it all depends on what you want or how you feel.
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ppauper

  31 months ago
depends what you want to do with it . . ..
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