As we said it there is no certainty (if she is successful in getting a degree) that she will get a job as a result, but it will demonstrate that she has the intellectual capacity to study, and get up off her bum and do something rather than lounge around whilst the state supports you to do FA.
Given the current “state of the nation” it is probably a wise choice, in 3 years’ time things will hopefully have changed for the better; yes she will leave with a substantial debt, but depending on what she ends up doing might mean she may never repay it.
Her first week was of course all about meeting people, but now she has had to knuckle down, she is doing a lot of stuff on line, but also has to physically attend some lectures, so far she is enjoying the experience, even though it is not what she should experiencing.
At the moment she does not have any days (apart from weekend) where she is not expected to do some studying, this includes having to physically attend some lectures - some of which are quite late in the day, so by no means an easy ride.
The Uni and the Flats that she lives in are doing everything they can to prevent the spread of the virus, and expect students to do the same, most seem to be following the rules according to my Daughter.
I wish her all the luck in the world, and fully support what she is doing.