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    Hi all,

    I have offers to study ESPS at UCL (may choose full economic spec.) and PPE at Warwick. Whilst I understand Warwick and UCL are perceived as having equal prestige in economics, I was slightly concerned whether the ESPS (European Political and Social Studies) sounded slightly wishy washy, even though it is a four year course and you finish with a BA (vs a BSc in Warwick PPE).

    Therefore, please could someone advise on what the graduate prospects are for someone with an ESPS degree? I'd be grateful if you could mention the difference in graduate opportunities between a)economics specialisation and b)politics specialisation.



    In ESPS, you can do as much economics as any full-time economics student if you so wish. You just get a broader perspective and a language too
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