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who are all the student parents then?

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beansmum Mon 01-Nov-04 13:24:11

Im a 3rd year maths student and single mum to bean, 22wks. Only been a student parent for 4 wks but it's hard! Can't imagine it's going to get any easier either but i'm sure it's worth it.

What is everyone else studying? Oh, and where? I'm at uni in edinburgh.

granarybeck Mon 01-Nov-04 13:32:43

i have just started my MA in social work at manchester uni. i've got two children and, yes, i am finding it quite tough too!

Poo2 Mon 01-Nov-04 13:53:07

Hello! I'm trying to finish my MA in medieval history in Cardiff. Have to hand my dissertation in in 6 weeks - ug. In fact, that's what I should be doing now. Damn MN But would much rather be blowing raspberries on ds.

subs Mon 01-Nov-04 13:54:29

am one year into dphil (hist of art) at sussex, but live in bristol + single mum to dd (16 months). chaos

MarmaladeSun Mon 01-Nov-04 14:28:28

Hello. Not sure I qualify for this thread, but I'm a distance learning student in hypnotherapy and psychoanalysis so no Uni to speak of but a student nevertheless. I have 2 stepchildren (16 and 15) and 3 children (10, 7 and 3 months). It's pretty hardgoing at times, but worth it I think.

Slink Mon 01-Nov-04 14:38:38

I am a distance learning student i am doing a dip in early years education career change fron social work got an A in my first essay on to the next

fairyfly Mon 01-Nov-04 14:39:41

Single mum, 2 kids 3 and 5, Art Design and Media Access

scaltygirl Mon 01-Nov-04 16:24:50

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tammybear Mon 01-Nov-04 16:39:36

Im doing part time photography at college

SuzySox Mon 01-Nov-04 16:54:06

'Aye' BSc Comp. Science dd is 2.5 and I work full time

OxyMoron Mon 01-Nov-04 17:01:24

Another DPhil student, half done, half to go. Atudying archaeological dating at Oxford. Back in January,no idea how that's going to work. DD will be 7 1/2 months by then.

Beansmum, I did my first degree (physics) at Edinburgh. Are you a resident of JCMB?

OxyMoron Mon 01-Nov-04 17:03:18

Obviously that should have said "Studying".

tiredemma Mon 01-Nov-04 17:47:23

im in my first year of a two year access course in health sciences. i WILL be a midwife!!

nikcola Mon 01-Nov-04 17:49:35

in doing full time access course , then hopefully going to uni to become a nurse fingers crossed

Amai Mon 01-Nov-04 18:02:38

part time PGCE to be a science teacher my DD is 4 Mths.

Aimsmum Mon 01-Nov-04 19:22:27

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RudyDudy Mon 01-Nov-04 19:26:52

2nd year dietetics student at uni in London with one DS aged 12 months. Already in week 5 of this semester and no idea where the time's gone and where I'm going to find time to do all my assignments but have a blind faith that all will be ok if I just keeping going!

gothicmama Mon 01-Nov-04 19:29:12

1st year BA Social Work after Fda Community Health and Social Care-
Who knows how I am going to fit it in with dd's busy social life

Heathcliffscathy Mon 01-Nov-04 19:31:16

trying to finish MA in psychotherapy...should be doing dissertation rather than faffing about on here all the time...have taken time out to have ds, am full of total admiration for those that are ploughing on through regardless, hats off!

alfiebetty Mon 01-Nov-04 20:42:25

Wow it's great to know there so many parents in same boat. My DD is 3 mths will be starting my 2nd year in Feb. I'm studying Eng Lit/Lang at the moment really miss the work.. but sure that won't last for long.

KatieMac Mon 01-Nov-04 20:52:06

I'm doing an NVQ in Childcare & Education and my assessor keeps saying 'well your work is very good....there just isn't very much of it'

I've had the course extended by 9 months as I'm struggling

sallystrawberry Mon 01-Nov-04 20:54:08

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nutcracker Mon 01-Nov-04 20:58:53

am very of you all


Good luck though, hope you all suceed in your chosen subjects

cori Tue 02-Nov-04 16:27:44

I am have just completed my 4th year of an OU degree in humanities. I have two more years left for Honours. I have a DS 2.7. It is very hard combining job , parenting and study. Am trying to keep myself motivated.

RudyDudy Tue 02-Nov-04 16:32:25

and MN doesn't help

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