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Extra question about Uni: The university I'm considering has an option to take TWO languages with an international business degree. Luckily languages come naturally to me so I learn them easily and I am already fluent in Spanish as well since my parents aren't English. For anyone who has perhaps taken two languages with a course, would you recommend it? For example, should I take Spanish as well as another foreign language I am studying? I love languages but I'm not sure if taking two would be biting off more than I can chew or if it's even advisable since I don't know if it's worth it in the long run as I could be choosing other electives and taking two languages does not allow me to do this.
I apologise for the ridiculous amount of writing and would appreciate any answers.
Some potentially useful or relevant subjects could include History, which is generally considered one of the best subjects to prepare for university level study in non-STEM subjects, Geography, which has content on development and demography which is relevant from an international business perspective, Government & Politics, due to the fact businesses must comply with relevant local and international legislation (although G&P focuses more on British politics, the broad format and often aspects of UK legislation have been adopted by to some extent by many former Commonwealth countries). One of these subjects or Economics will probably be the most relevant/useful (Economics in particular, as it fits into your interests as well as being considered good academic preparation for degree level study).
English Literature (and Language, optionally) is, like History, generally considered good academic preparation for further study (and the joint Lit/Lang course will help develop your written and verbal communication skills more, which is of course very relevant to business). Philosophy, Law, RS, and the Classics suite are all suitable academic preparation for university and while not directly related, may pique your interest. Science subjects are well regarded and while not directly relevant, may give some small degree of insight into business management in STEM sectors. Further Maths may be useful for some very competitive Economics or Finance related course, but would probably be advisable to take as a 4th option rather than as one of three, as some universities do not feel double maths + one other provides suitable academic breadth to prepare for university study.