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    Hey all,
    I have recently received two offers at King's College London : Mathematics and Philosophy (double major) and Mathematics with Management and Finance (Major and minor respectively). Even though I am more inclined towards choosing Mathematics and Philosophy, I am still unsure which one would be the best for future career prospects (I would like to work in the City preferably, possibly as an IB).
    Any advice from those who were in the same situation or have/are doing the same degrees would be greatly appreciated, thanks

    Mathematics with Philosophy doesn't sound very useful in terms of career prospects. Personally I will be going for Mathematics with Management and Finance next year (I'm currently a foundation year) as I imagine those skills will be more valuable from an employer's point of view.
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