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    (Original post by HK786)
    I need to decide between the two courses as soon as possible, I'm interested in them both pretty equally and both the Universities appeal to me. What it comes down to is the respectability and employability of the two degrees. I want to go into Law most likely as a career but I don't want to limit my self and want to be employable across the board. Which is the better degree?

    I got ABB in my A-levels

    I would greatly appreciate any advice.
    Read the course details carefully and decide which interests you most - one of them must

    They are 2 great offers

    If I was pushed I would go for the QM
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    My brother does History at Queen Mary and he LOVES it. They have guest speakers in quite frequently and the lectures are always interesting. Great coverage apparently and you can always catch up online as the lectures are recorded.

    He also went to Hull before and studied History but didn't like the way they were taught. No experience of SOAS sorry
 
 
 
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