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    Hi guys,

    I just want to ask is it possible to do a separate degree to law in a UK university or Australian university.

    (Not a double degree) But actually 2 full, independent degrees in the time period of one degree by the means of taking more classes, etc.

    And also in the US they can do a minor with a major right?

    Will the major be credible as one independent major comparable to majors traditionally taken by themselves such as in the UK or Australia?

    Thanks guys.
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    I don't really know that well, but often taking one degree is enough especially when you get to third year study. I don't know about you but I'm sure myself and many others would struggle under that workload and you really would have to consider how much of a social life you wanted at Uni. As to whether it would get extra recognition, I think it would depend on what you want to study, but would you rather have two 2:2's than a 1st ? Personally I would just be simple and do a combined honours. It would suit someone your needs!
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    Combined honours is still like a double degree right?

    Honours is like an upgrade to the current degree right?

    Thanks.
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    Combined honours is a basically half of two different degrees joined together to make one e.g "English Literature and History" where each side of the course is evenly weighted i.e 50%

    Alternatively you can do a subject with another subject, for example "English Literature with Creative Writing" which is usually something like a 75%-25% split.
 
 
 
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