The answer of this question definitely is yes, but many mothers and even fathers fear the daunting task of combining the upbringing of their child and the successful completion of their study programme.
And it is not unreasonable - studying with a baby is not an easy task. It requires good organisational skills. Child care, study, part-time job, partner and friends are all important factors in your life, that you will have to coordinate. But there are also positives.
Many universities have advisors, who help mothers and mothers-to-be in preparing and supporting them through the challenges they face, whilst studying with a baby. Another aspect of thought is a student’s flexibility, as giving birth to or raising a child in your later working life requires you to go on maternity leave and miss time at work.
If you have any further questions and want to know more details on studying with a baby, many online forums offer to help you with your queries.
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