InfinityAndre I would say yes, but try to think of other styles of videos that can better suit your needs.
Three examples: MagmaMusen has an entire massive channel where he just builds on a small island with text descriptions and plain minecraft music, yet his videos appear to really connect with people for its simplicity. People like Minestop make simple farms (so no lag) with no voiceovers, but they already look so very cool and the farm designs are applicable and easy to understand. Michael Hendriks does simple edited videos with basic text, but he manages to connect to the audience with interesting humor and good content.
You can try to create something unique or new to really capture the audience, but you can also try and just take an existing structure and roll with it. The most important thing is that you have fun and enjoy what you are doing. When you have fun, you will naturally create videos that you enjoy making, and content that is worth watching. Just doing what you are comfortable/capable of doing without forcing certain things or trying to force certain goals is what brings people to a channel.
Don’t let university get in the way of pursuing this interest, even if you do not plan to make any substantial income from YouTube. Consistency is good, but not everything needs to be consistent. For example, there is no need for you to consistently upload a video after a period of time. That way, you can easily change how much time you spend on YouTube based on how much time you need to spend on university stuff.