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    (Original post by Platopus)
    You can do a degree in Harry Potter?! Or was that sarcasm?
    You can yes
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    (Original post by PAStudent1996)
    Why don't you do a Journalism degree?

    My friend is in his second year and he's currently on an exchange over in the USA at The University of Missouri. He's been writing articles for local paper's, working as an assistant producer on news shows, writing for magazines and all sorts.
    I think OP is best doing an English degree as it is more broad and they don't want to specialise in journalism. Plus in England, Journalism gets bad rep like Media you will find a lot of the top journalists have English or Politics/Philosophy degrees.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    I think OP is best doing an English degree as it is more broad and they don't want to specialise in journalism. Plus in England, Journalism gets bad rep like Media you will a lot of the top journalists have English or Politics/Philosophy degrees.
    Fair enough, go for English OP!
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    You can yes
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    I loved English when I was in school, but then when I took it at A Level I grew extremely tired of it. It was too academic for me. I've always been a writer and have enjoyed creative writing and journalism writing, so I knew for a fact I didn't want to do an English degree. So I'm now in my second year of studying Journalism & Creative Writing and I've already learned about the different paths I can go down and I've gained a lot of new skills that'll be transferable into publishing and editing like you mentioned.
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    You can yes

    No you can't it's just a module or two
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