I’m off to UCL, to enroll on the M.Sc. in neuroscience.
Good luck, man. I went back to university at nearly 40 to take a masters’ in software engineering. It was an amazing self-confidence boost to discover that my brain was still flexible and functional fifteen years after completing my PhD. I’d recommend it to anyone.
I wish you the best.
Ah cool…best of luck.
I just started playing around with neuroConstruct, a 3D neural modeling tool, and I noticed it was developed at UCL.
So do you have any idea what you’ll be focusing on?
I’m doing the course part-time over two years, so I won’t be starting my research until September ’08.
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I would wish you luck, Mo, but I don’t think you really need it. Based on what you’ve written on this blog, if anyone is intelligent enough to complete this course of study with great success, it is you!
Congratulations and good luck with your studies.
My husband was a little bit younger when he decided to go back to school. He was a drop out, now he’s the educating one 😀
I enjoy reading your entries.
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