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    Seriously, I can't decide between the two. I would apply to do Economics, Politics & International relations at RHUL which is a BSc. Does this mean I would be able to study languages too? If not there, then a Economics & International relations BA (which will allow me to do languages?) at Lancaster. I'M ABOUT TO APPLY, SO WHICH ONE?! I'm thinking Lancaster as I want the chance to learn new languages/expand my current ones.
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    Seriously, I can't decide between the two. I would apply to do Economics, Politics & International relations at RHUL which is a BSc. Does this mean I would be able to study languages too? If not there, then a Economics & International relations BA (which will allow me to do languages?) at Lancaster. I'M ABOUT TO APPLY, SO WHICH ONE?! I'm thinking Lancaster as I want the chance to learn new languages/expand my current ones.
    I don't know for that specific course at Lancaster but the majority of courses require you to do a minor in your first year, and for that you can pick just about any subject that the University offers, and if you want you can keep up the minor for the full length of your course.

    All I can recommend is that for the language thing, you email the relevant department at Lancaster to ask if they require you to do a minor. Then you simply need to have another look into both Universities and decide how important the language is to you.

    If you do come to Lancaster you will enjoy it SO LONG AS you are not set on spending your time at University in a big city.
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    Email admissions and ask regarding the language learning.
 
 
 
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