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Want to get masters in Caribbean folklore. All my professor like me but due to mental illness my GPA is terrible.
Yes to alladatBut, I mean, what kind of jobs can you take after graduating anyway? Caribbean folklore professor? Makes no sense to me folklore is made up by local art, music, painting, myths, dances and so on, it would make more sense to get a degree on fine arts or smth and then get influenced by local culture and then work for strengthening that folklore... But just learning about it? I guess working for preserving it in museums or similars? Explain please, I'm curious.
Thinking of doing a masters with the University of the West IndiesIf it's workable, you could look into grad schools in different countries. Not all require you to report grade point averages. Some just require a Bachelor's degree. And if you're American or British or Canadian, you'll certainly be able to find cheaper options outside your national borders.