My two favourite subjects I'm studying are german and maths.
I am doing my a levels (maths, german, economics and music) and I have to start drafting my personal statement soon. I know that when you do joint honours degrees, you need to say why you want to do that specifc combination, but I am not really sure how these two subjects fit well together, except maybe being a statistician or something in a multi-national company.
Also, I have checked and it is possible to do this combination at certain universities.
If anyone could give me some ideas to help me that would be great! Thanks
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What's the benefit of studying joint honours Maths and German? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-07-2014 23:39
- 06-07-2014 23:53
Tell them you love to do maths whilst drinking german coffee.
ka + 2(fe) = kaffee
If they are half as impressed as I was at the amount of time I managed to waste conjuring up that, then regardless as to whether your a few rounds short of a magazine you're really plain sailing toward running with the goalposts and hitting the bullseye with the bolt.