Ok im predicted three A's in maths, economics and physics
and i am applying to study economics bsc but still stuck on choosing my back up uni's
it is out of -
essex university: who require 320 points (AB from alevel)
kent university: who require 320 points (BB from alevel) and do a year's work experience
surrey: who require ABB and also do a years work experience
which universities would be better in terms of job prospects (bearing in mind the years work experience and the reputation of each uni)
also i dont think any of them require alevel maths or economics but kent say 'Economics grade B at A level where taken.'
which uni is better for economics Watch
- Thread Starter
Last edited by analysis; 14-11-2010 at 19:45.
- 14-11-2010 19:29
- PS Helper
- 14-11-2010 21:36
Well by default you are likely to be more employable if you already have a years worth of experience though this difference is minimised with summer internships from the other unis. Bottom line is neither uni is really going to open/close any doors that the others wouldn't.