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    Hi all,

    I'm currently looking to study in University of Manchester in 2014, in the midst of applying UCAS. I have set my mind to study a degree in Finance at UoM, however I came across a thread regarding the difference between BA and Bsc. UoM offers a BA Finance degree instead of a Bsc.

    What interest me are the modules taught in BA Finance. However, due to the BA, I am wondering if the subject taught are mostly theoretical based and not mathematical such as formula. A good mix will be ideal for me.
    I am thinking if I should go for Bsc Economics which will be more ideal and 'recognisable'. I'm looking to work in corporate investment positions after graduation.

    Any advice from student currently studying BA Finance? How are the modules taught and any positive or negative about the degree?

    Cheers and thanks!
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