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    Your ”dream” education … ?

    Let’s assume that you were a royalty and that you accordingly had unlimited admission and funding possibilities.

    In addition, you wouldn’t have to use your degree (earning money, get a job, etc.).

    Which education would you take?

    Personally, I would choose the following degrees:

    B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford.
    M.A. Political Science, University of Aarhus.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Princeton University.

    + visiting student at LSE, Sorbonne, and other famous schools
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    (Original post by Christian87)
    Your ”dream” education … ?

    Let’s assume that you were a royalty and that you accordingly had unlimited admission and funding possibilities.

    In addition, you wouldn’t have to use your degree (earning money, get a job, etc.).

    Which education would you take?

    Personally, I would choose the following degrees:

    B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford.
    M.A. Political Science, University of Aarhus.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Princeton University.

    + visiting student at LSE, Sorbonne, and other famous schools
    mine would be whatever the fastest route to become either a plastic surgeon or investment banker (depending what i prefer wen it cums to choosing uni and a course).
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    RADA!
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    The one I have! A four year MPhys course at Cambridge with the option of a year at MIT. I'd probably like to do my PhD at Cambridge as well, I doubt I'll get bored of it
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    Cool topic, I was just thinking of this earlier!

    I'd do Arabic and Islamic Studies at SOAS...it's what I'd love to do, tis a 4-year degree with your third year spent in Alexandria...it'd be fab, but unless I win a lotta lotta millions on the lottery or suddenly become super-rich and don't need to work, it ain't gonna happen!
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    Wow...if only.
    BA History - Oxford
    and all the rest wouldn't matter, i'd just get a string of masters and a Phd from random universities
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    Medicine at Cambridge or UCL :cool:
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    Bsc Geography, Southampton

    *dreams*
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    English at Cambridge followed by Postgrad work at Harvard University, followed by Masters' at Oxford.
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    I'd study in the US at some college.

    I'm already going to my dream uni. :cool:
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    (Original post by Sam_B)
    Bsc Geography, Southampton

    *dreams*
    Aww! I'm gonna say geography at Durham :rolleyes: ... I'm going to Nottingham, if I get the grades.
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    Premier training course, the highest PADI to go with tons of experience in both fields, oh and maybe a degree/cert in nutrition.

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    Achieving a first in my current BA degree. After that going on to study for an MA and DPhil at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham.
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    a lifetime degree in the art of having sex at the university of rome,
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    HARVARD economics!!!!!!!lol
    or cambridge economics and MBA at harvard.
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    (Original post by Christian87)
    Your ”dream” education … ?

    Let’s assume that you were a royalty and that you accordingly had unlimited admission and funding possibilities.

    In addition, you wouldn’t have to use your degree (earning money, get a job, etc.).

    Which education would you take?

    Personally, I would choose the following degrees:

    B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford.
    M.A. Political Science, University of Aarhus.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Princeton University.

    + visiting student at LSE, Sorbonne, and other famous schools

    I would want to take on BA Hons Irish History and Politics (UU Magee College, in Derry)
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    (Original post by mik1w)
    a lifetime degree in the art of having sex at the university of rome,
    lol brilliant course that :rolleyes: :rolleyes: xoxo
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    I really don't know. I love my degree, though I do want to do something more practical at times. But yeh, I'd probably say:

    BA Economics and Management, Oxford
    MA International and Development Economics, Yale

    Not sure if I want to just launch into work after Oxford though. Probably but a few years work between BA and MA.
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    (Original post by mik1w)
    a lifetime degree in the art of having sex at the university of rome,
    what the hell is this?it is not that hard to know how to have sex.lol
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    I'd probably make my own University, where I'd study:

    Media
    Creative Writing
    English lit.
    And Russian at GCSE. Then, I'd have Russian lessons until I could speak it fluently .

    -Saruman
 
 
 
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