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if you could make your own University Course up, what would it be? What would be the minimum of points to get to do it? Why would YOU take it?

If I could choose I'd say ermmmmmm, designing fairground rides.
You'd need at least an A in Graphics and Tech but also Maths and in FUN!(oh god how cheesy)
And I would take it because then I could claim all responsibilty for Pirates of The Carribean
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if you could make your own University Course up, what would it be? What would be the minimum of points to get to do it? Why would YOU take it?

If I could choose I'd say ermmmmmm, designing fairground rides.
You'd need at least an A in Graphics and Tech but also Maths and in FUN!(oh god how cheesy)
And I would take it because then I could claim all responsibilty for Pirates of The Carribean
to do 'english & creative writing with history BA' you'd need two A grades in history and english and have an imagination like mine...!
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to do 'english & creative writing with history BA' you'd need two A grades in history and english and have an imagination like mine...!

lol....that's imaginative but not at the same time.....crazy.......
better than mine, I wouldn't even get onto my course!!!
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lol....that's imaginative but not at the same time.....crazy.......
better than mine, I wouldn't even get onto my course!!!
A BA in Antique Furniture Design and Manufacture. Admission requirments? GSCE's in woodwork and history.
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I would have a uni course that would have a section in skills such as shorthand, touchtyping, computer use etc and careers advice. Strange how most courses seem to forget that kind of stuff.


Circus skills and computer programming would be an interesting course dont you think.
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A BA in Antique Furniture Design and Manufacture. Admission requirments? GSCE's in woodwork and history.
oooh I like the sound of that...
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Party Planner BA which involved 3 years of hard playing and even harder partying?
With modules on names of alcohols and music.
With essays on how "If a tee totaller comes to your party, how can this adversly affect the karma?"
where you go and compile your own case studies of parties and then have to write a well informed disseratation on planning a party with a practical at the end and a hella good end of term party?

Entry Requirements: A need for fun or if under 18 a fake ID
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Imagine this in an exam

Jill is having a party, her flat has three rooms, her kitchen, bathroom and her bedroom. How can she fit more than 50 people into a space lessthan 500ft squared with minimum fire risks?

Jill could start by not just restricting her party to the rooms of her flat, for example there is all that space like cupboards, hallways, people's roofs......
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I'm sure they already run that course somewhere

A degree in wine tasting would be nice I quite fancy that.
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I'm sure they already run that course somewhere

A degree in wine tasting would be nice I quite fancy that.
that's a great idea...there should also be a degree in chocolate tasting...and it should last a lifetime, u only have to come in and taste and rate a few hours a week.
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Suppose it would save a lot of cash on food but you'd look like a blimp afterward.
How about a BA in Resort Assessing
Basically for your 3 year course you are given free holidays to many wonderful locations and write condemning reports about them with your all inclusive bar bill.......mmmmmm
all you need is to be able to speak english hahaha
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OOOh I'm an overlord in training and erm my nose has started bleeding....brb
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mmm nice yep a degree in choc tasting would go down well.
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Suppose it would save a lot of cash on food but you'd look like a blimp afterward.
No it'd be perfect. I'm addicted to junkfood, especially chocolate, & have never really put on weight with my unhealthly diet. Rather feels like the opposite, whilst a lot of ppl moan about needing to go on a diet to lose wieght, i feel like moaning about how to gain weight cos it sucks being skinny the tasting chocolate BA might help...especially when i become a uni student this sept.
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Or a band appreciation BA (or BABA for short)

You pickyour favourite band in the world and have to go and see them every time they are in the country and learn everything about them and then your dissertation is the hardest part, you have to criticise them and say how they could improve...
thats not quite as good oh well
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A degree in sleep would be nice at the moment.
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No it'd be perfect. I'm addicted to junkfood, especially chocolate, & have never really put on weight with my unhealthly diet. Rather feels like the opposite, whilst a lot of ppl moan about needing to go on a diet to lose wieght, i feel like moaning about how to gain weight cos it sucks being skinny the tasting chocolate BA might help...especially when i become a uni student this sept.
Where you going?
I am hopefully going to LCP in LONDDONNNN, I <3 London
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A degree in sleep would be nice at the moment.
OOOOOH I AGREE

I've got Glandular Fever at the moment ie.big excuse to sleep lots
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Where you going?
I am hopefully going to LCP in LONDDONNNN, I <3 London
well i havn't had any offers yet, but i'd i really want to go to royal holloway, or reading (which is beautiful and great at english) or perhaps brunel which has a good creative writing course.
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
OOOOOH I AGREE

I've got Glandular Fever at the moment ie.big excuse to sleep lots
Well I am getting over it, dont feel ill any more but get tired really easily. I've just finished a 4000 essay and have a 3000 in for monday. And big exams next week all I want to do is crawl under my duvet and sleep.
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