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Hi. I have been looking for an undergraduate course in the UK which would be management with electronics. What I want is a great deal of in-depth knowledge about management - about 80% of the workload - and some basic, key things about electronics - about 20%. So far all the joint management+electronics courses I've found are the other way round - plenty of electronics, just a bit of management. I don't want something like this on any account.

I wanted to ask: what options do I have in such situation?
I thought about doing a long (5 years) management UG course and then applying for a short (2-3 years) electronics UG course, but I'm currently in International Baccalaureate DP and I have physics SL, so I don't think I would be able to meet the requirements for UG electronics - which are ALWAYS physics HL.
I don't want e.g. an UG course in electronics with management and then a PG course in management, since PG courses always require some work experience and I want to get the education I mentioned before I start work.
The only thing I could think about so far is doing an UG course in management and then attending an OPEN course in electronics... But I don't know how good it would be.

I'm waiting for your propositions.
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