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    Here is my A-Level choices.

    English Literature
    Film Studies
    Psychology
    Sociology

    I have been contemplating whether to do journalism or not.

    What do you think is the best university course for someone with this combination of subjects?
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    Journalism degree =/= journalist. English Literature is good, but history, politics, economics or a language would be better than the others.

    Source: my uncle is a journalist, he did a history degree.
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    Just a warning from one of my friends is that he found that his journalism course focussed quite a lot on production rather than writing. That's just what he found. And we can't really tell you what to take, its your future, pick something that interests you.
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    tbh, i don't really like your subjects.....
    i mean, to do journalism...history would have been a good choice at a level
    to do psychology...you'd probably need a science in the best unis
    maybe you could do sociology??? do you like it?
    or, you could do english literature at uni? and then after a bachelor's you could go on and become a journalist...probably is the best choice if that's what you want to do!
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    (Original post by zzirGrizz)
    Here is my A-Level choices.

    English Literature
    Film Studies
    Psychology
    Sociology

    I have been contemplating whether to do journalism or not.

    What do you think is the best university course for someone with this combination of subjects?
    Replace:

    Film Studies
    Psychology
    Sociology

    With real subjects i.e.
    Maths
    Physics
    History
    Chemistry
    Biology

    etc
 
 
 
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