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University taking so much time ??

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I don't know how other universities in US and other countries work, but according to what I've heard, and what I've been told, most university students work part-time jobs and get their fees resolved. I have been told by a person who attended a US university that after lunch is the time you can work part-time jobs, for like half of the day. Lecture sessions are normally at the morning, and after lunch is like with activities, self-study and free times.

But here's my case, I've been attending a local University for Software Engineering Degree, which would take me about 5 years. I just finished the first year, and currently attending the second year. Our university has a very randomly distributed schedule for lectures, spreading through out the day time, some days at morning, and some days at evening. And we usually have around 5 lecture sessions a day, starting from 8:50 am in the morning to the 4:00 pm in the very late evening, which takes about 7.5 hours a day.

7.5 hours a day! I don't know if I am the only one who thinks that's so much time. I've got a part-time job, but I have to move that to only Saturday, because of the schedule. That's not the university life I wished I have one day. It sucks.

I don't know I've got the wrong idea, or if other universities are also the same. But how could people get through this thing? I think I need an opinion.

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