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    Which would people think is more interesting? Career prospects? Generally more reputable? I just want to hear people's opinions. Thank you!

    How many languages would you do within a modern languages degree? I think any more than 2 languages as part of a degree is enough because you get a wide breadth of not only both languages but both cultures. I think you have to be really careful with these 3 languages degrees because they are pure language and you can never get the cultural understanding which is crucial. In terms of careers I would say modern languages is more beneficial as you leave with a skill of being able to speak the languages regardless of the career you choose to go into. Unless you want to do something specifically related to linguistics in the future I would say modern languages is the better options. Plus most modern languages degrees include linguistic elements especially if it is highly translation based or you minor in translation. But at the end of the day you have to do what you believe you will enjoy the most!

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