wants to go back to school.
The 24-year-old singer - who embarked on a music career aged just 16 - is currently focused on her work but would love to further her knowledge of other subjects as she feels it is essential to get on in life.
She said: me "I did get some years where I was still able to go to school and see my friends, so I don't feel like I missed out on my youth. I didn't go to college or anything.
"I would like to go back to school one day and learn more because knowledge is power, so the more the better.
I'm happy that I stopped my education when I did, in terms of seeing my career take off in the way that it did, but I wouldn't rule out going back to school one day. If something caught my interest and inspired me to go back, then I may think about going back into education, but for now I'm focused on my career."
The 'Ride' singer is currently single but would love to start a family one day, and admits she is unsure whether she would want to juggle the responsibilities of work and home life.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "After music I would love to raise a family, have kids, because that's one of the most important things you can do, it would really be a blessing.
"You have to make sacrifices. I don't know if I would quit music completely when I had children, but it would be a big responsibility so I would have to see how things go and consider making a decision then."
Ciara's single 'Ride' - featuring Ludacris - is available now and her new album 'Basic Instinct' is scheduled for release in the UK on August 24.