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Salam alaykum i pray you are all well. I would like to know if there are any members on here with experience in clinical psychology or mental health. I am currently finishing up a ba in psychology and I'm not sure whether I should go for clinical psychology or mental health for my masters. I am also very passionate about something related to a health career - like nursing. So I was wondering if I should do my masters in either of these and then go for a health one? I don't have all of the classes required for that but I have about half so I would need to take those first as well. What do you guys think?Thank you so much in advance for your advice!
Salam Alaykum to all, I am in a situation here where I can't decide what to do. I have just finished my Bachelors degree in Aeorospace Engineering in the UK. I also have enrolled onto a Masters course to specialise in a subject which I am passionate about. The problem I have at the moment is the funding. As some of you who live in the UK know that the tuition fees are very expensive. During my undergraduate studies, I borrowed money from the student finance England. The amount of money I owe the government is nearly 40k. As for my Masters, I need to apply again for a loan to finance it and it still wouldn't be enough as I still have to borrow an additional amount from somewhere else. I have some savings but it won't be enough without taking the loan. I feel that my Bachelors degree didn't give me enough knowledge for the subject I am passionate about. On the other hand, I feel like getting an additional loan doesn't feel right and it will add up to my debt of 40k already. Then I will have to spend decades to pay back the money. It is also haram because interest is charged. I am very much in doubt as what to do. I would appreciate your advises and tips for my situation. I am sure there are people in a similar position as me.
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