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    What does everyone think about pharmacy degrees?
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    (Original post by jaffacakes101)
    What does everyone think about pharmacy degrees?
    They're good. They also give you placements and experience as part of the course so you don't need to be scrambling around looking for jobs afterwards either. Once you've got your MPharm (the minimum for actually working as a pharmacist) and you've passed the exam to work as a pharmacist people will want you for work straight away.

    My brother did pharmacy and he's working locum right now around the country which is what he wanted to do even before he started the degree, he's making lots of money and helping people
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    (Original post by jaffacakes101)
    What does everyone think about pharmacy degrees?
    Wish I could have done it tbh.

    apparently the markets saturated and it's really hard to find work though.
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    Something like Fashion or Media Studies?

    The only reason someone does a Media course is because they weren't good enough to get onto a Journalism course, let's be honest.

    I've heard you can even do a degree in Football Studies. I mean really? I like football but come on?
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    (Original post by MeYou2Night)
    Something like Fashion or Media Studies?

    The only reason someone does a Media course is because they weren't good enough to get onto a Journalism course, let's be honest.

    I've heard you can even do a degree in Football Studies. I mean really? I like football but come on?
    Could say the only reason someone does a journalism degree is because they can't get into English lit or Law by that logic Tbf?
    And btw, literally just about anyone could do journalism at uni
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    (Original post by BabyLadDarren)
    Wish I could have done it tbh.

    apparently the markets saturated and it's really hard to find work though.
    Never to late pal, don't have any regrets
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    (Original post by alexp98)
    Could say the only reason someone does a journalism degree is because they can't get into English lit or Law by that logic Tbf?
    And btw, literally just about anyone could do journalism at uni
    That may be true - doesn't make my statement false though does it? Plus the unis I went to the requirements for the Journalism NCTJ accredited course was higher than the English Lit and the SAME as law.

    Anyway, at least media is better than a BA in Football Studies. You have to agree right?

    NOTE: I did Engineering at uni and then two Masters degrees in subfielss and now I'm a qualified train engineer and driver.
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    English arts and the like
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    (Original post by MeYou2Night)
    That may be true - doesn't make my statement false though does it? Plus the unis I went to the requirements for the Journalism NCTJ accredited course was higher than the English Lit and the SAME as law.

    Anyway, at least media is better than a BA in Football Studies. You have to agree right?

    NOTE: I did Engineering at uni and then two Masters degrees in subfielss and now I'm a qualified train engineer and driver.
    Yeah I agree regarding the football thing. Also the entry requirement of a course doesn't not in anyway have a relationship with the difficulty, it's to do with popularity as English lit and law are obviously harder than journalism. I'm doing computer science btw, so like you very unrelated to this discussion haha
 
 
 
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