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Economics and philosophy or international relations? Please help

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    Which course is better regarded, Economics and Philosophy or International Relations?
    I have 2 offers from Nottingham University. One is for Economics and Philosophy and one is for International Relations. I am set on going to Nottingham so am deliberating as to which one i should use as my first choice. In the future I would like to either convert into a law degree and train in law, or become and Investment Banker or something of that sort.

    I know Nottingham is very well regarded for an economics degree, which sways me more towards the economics course, but for life after uni would this matter for employment prospects?

    Any ideas which course would be better regarded for life beyond university, considering the career paths i have in mind?

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