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I applied for Politics & South-East Asian studies. How is the time and modules split between the two subjects? Is it 50/50 or more like 75/25?
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Depends on the uni. Check their prospectus - it should be somewhere in there...
Usually if it is Politics AND South-East Asian Studies it is 50:50, but if it is Politics WITH South-East Asian studies is it unequally split with more hours of Politics.
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Hi, thanks for your question.

Firstly, take a look at the module sheets which are online:
Politics- http://www.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/fil...ourse_brochure
South-East Asian Studies-http://www.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/file/1196/joint_honours_south_east_asian_s tudies_course_brochure

These show you which modules you have to take in each year of the course, and which ones you get to choose from a set list of options. In addition, you'll also get a number credits of elective modules which you can use in either politics, south East Asian studies, or any other subject of your choice (as long as you meet any pre-requisites and they don't clash with your main timetable)

So, the short answer is you can chose which way you split it - depending on what modules you want to study.

I hope that helps,

Amanda
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