This week I finally have to do it, because of the deadline, but I just can't decide...
I would really like to study psychology, but I don't meet the requirements for the state university (I will try it next year anyway, but my chances are fucking low) and I don't have the money for the private university.
So right now I'm left with economics or business informatics... both would be great for my future and economics alone would be easy for me tho
At university I did Architecture with Structure and Construction address, so it’s an address halfway between architecture and structure engineering.
I had been oriented towards engineering, I like a lot as a child to play with Meccano and Lego and this helped me stimulate creativity and a bit of mindset towards construction. Then I grew up fascinated by great infrastructures like bridges, so I ended up deciding to do architecture because engineering was a bit too… cold. I wanted a mix of calculus and creativity.