I am a few years into my career after education and I believe I have been very good at what I started, have an aptitude for development in a big corporation (was promoted a few times already and earned the trust of senior executives, am managing various teams). Normally people in my career have at least an undergraduate education and all those I manage have a graduate degree.
I was unlucky to finish my undergraduate studies without a degree because of an unknown health problem (unknown for most of the time I was at university, found out and treated only after I had enough money to afford specialist healthcare...).
Should I ever want to look for a role in a new company, how should I handle recruiters or HR weeding out by filtering those without a degree, especially when they use automated search programs?
I was thinking of listing something like an education section, and write out the university and degree (it is quite well-reputed in my country), but put a note like...
- 2007-2010 University of Oxford, UK
- B.A. Philosophy, Politics & Economics (incomplete)