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This year I'm studying International History and Politics at Leeds; for my electives I'm choosing 2 philosophy modules, then deciding between Anglo-Saxon Culture (offered by the faculty of history) or World Cinema. Through experience, is it advisable to choose no history-related electives whatsoever? Neither option is particularly related to my course anyway, should I go for a more relevant one?

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I've just done my first year at Exeter History and Sociology and I substituted a History module for a Politics one on Public Policy which was helpful for both one of my history modules and for my sociology. By all means though, I don't think it needs to be related. The beauty of these (and they can be a blessing) is that you can really add to your interests- languages are popular etc. The Anglo-Saxon Culture module looks interesting though!
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