Best route for me....?

Discussion in 'Education' started by Liquidus, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. Liquidus
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    Liquidus New Member

    Hi all,

    I'm currently in my final year at 6th Form(Year13) in the UK. Current studies: Biology/Geography/Product Design/Computer science.

    I LOVE yacht design with a burning, burning, burning passion! In fact just before the end of term I was recently reprimanded for filling up about 80% of my geography course book with doodles and drawings of yachts/hulls/generic naval components etc!!

    However my courses aren't particularly tailored for a University degree in naval architecture or yacht design! I was just wondering what would be the best route for me to take? I mean, I'm fairly competent with designing boats in some aspects and have self taught myself some physics, but its hard to show this to people without A levels in Maths or physics for instance!

    what options are available to me? All help is appreciated guys! Thanks.
     
  2. sele
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    sele High School Student

    What do you mean by courses that aren't particulary tailored for a University degree in naval architecture?
     
  3. Leo Lazauskas
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    When it comes to yacht design without mathematics, your best option is interior design.
     
  4. Liquidus
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    Liquidus New Member

    As in none of them really intertwine with a degree in Naval Architecture! I.e no maths/Physics
     

  5. sele
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    sele High School Student

    Then,as Leo Lazauskas said, interior design can be an option.
     
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