So yeah, it’s officially a 2:1.
I think I’ve got a 2:1, but this is confusing. The truth is: I never cared as much as I’d pass and got the job.
Since I’ve got the job offer 2 months ago, I feel like having won the race before having run the marathon…
So if you’ve paid attention, I’ve struggled through some of the hardest weeks of my (short) life.
I’m in my final year of University and I just worked my a** off over the last few weeks and months and handed in my Final Year Project this morning.
So what’s next?
I’m going to Amsterdam today, until Saturday, to participate in The Next Web Conference and discover this city I’ve never visited before. I’m hoping to meet up with a few friends and locals that I know, and relax —so the sun will be greatly appreciated. Obviously, pictures will be taken so watch this space, as well as Flickr & Instagram, —in case you somewhat interested.
Once I get back, I will have two more group projects to wrap up (with deadlines due in mid-may) and one exam to prepare (in early June.) After this, I will only have to wait for —hopefullyknockonwoodandfingerscrossed— Graduation.
In any case, I’m waiting to hear from different companies about job opportunities so that I can prepare my future, this summer, and just… my life, really.
It’s finally the end of this (seemingly) long year, and I can’t wait for the future!
— From my Final Year Project report…
If this project fails I can’t graduate.
And while I’m pretty sure I’ll still get the job, my friends and family have been so confident in me that it’d tear me apart to fail so many people at the same damn time!
I have 10 days left and it’s not ready!
How is it that inspiration flows on the keyboard when I think about lyrical things and rap verses, writing 400 words in 10mn
And this report hasn’t improved much for the biggest part of the day! :(
Getting a degree (spotted by @Rade)
(Source : twitter.com)
Giant #Pizza Triangle parked in front of the #University building…. Funny # marketing strategy! (at Mithras House, University of Brighton)