1. Education doesn't get you a job
I keep saying my generation was the last one where getting an education was obviously the right way to go - and I was cutting it close.
The ramifications of breaking the Berlin wall, and the new wave of globalization and digitalization that followed, mean that skills are much more important than a formal education and the paper that proves it.
At worst, an education cuts you off from the real world for several years, as well as puts you in debt. At best, you get some new friends that may or may not help you earn a wage or pull a business in the future.
What you should do instead is:
1. Take a look at the world and identify something that needs to be done and that you think enough people would pay to get done
2. Match that to your own semi-interests and half-honed skills or aptness and choose a couple of areas where you could: a) get good and b) enjoy yourself at least moderately, and maybe even c) feel proud (my choice would be something in programming or marketing)
3. Develop the skill-set(s) in point 2, using the internet, e.g. this 144-item resource list