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    What do you think? Love maths, know nothing about engineering or economics. Have places for all 4. Job prospects?

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    I heard that you have to be super good at economics if you want good job prospects at the end of your degree.
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    Id say engineering, unless you are particularly talented at mathematics, if job prospects are your main concern.
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    Economics at York is very not-economics based. You have to do lots of statistics and economic history (*shudders*), and options which they prefer you to take in the social sciences (so politics, sociology etc).
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    i think engineering as well as i think it will lead to good job prospects
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    Nottingham, offers you a chance to do a subject that you love and be with people that you feel the same way about :p:

    Oh ssssshhhh me!
 
 
 
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