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    Poll: Do a summer unit or work fulltime over the holidays (christmas holidays)

    Undecided as to whether its a better idea to spend the december-feb holidays working to try and save a decent chunk or get ahead in uni. I dont want to waste 3-4 months again.
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    Re: Poll: Do a summer unit or work fulltime over the holidays (christmas holidays)

    Internship, otherwise study

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    Re: Poll: Do a summer unit or work fulltime over the holidays (christmas holidays)

    Very dependent on circumstances, but probs best to go home during the holidays and might as well work a summer job.
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    Re: Poll: Do a summer unit or work fulltime over the holidays (christmas holidays)

    It's alright to -take a break- or just settle down. Time relaxing is not time wasted.

    If you want to do something, you can't go wrong with either imo. I'd prefer a summer unit, but with an internship it's easier to see the 'boost' it will give your CV. It depends what internship opportunities you have, how long they are or how intense your summer unit will be.
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