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I currently hold an offer to study Mathematics at UCL and was considering transferring to one of Economics or Mathematics with Economics.
I have some questions:
Is it possible to transfer from Math to Economics or Maths with Economics and if yes is it possible to transfer back? Please provide as much details as possible.
The Economics degree seems to have a large proportion of math or math-y modules, assuming I transfer to Mathematics with Economics, will I cover all the maths and statistics covered in Economics degree and how much of the economics in the Economics degree will I cover as a percentage, can you comment on this percentage?
What are the economics modules like in Mathematics with Economics degree?
If I am planning on working in something directly related to economics (eg. finance) is a straight Economics degree a significantly better way to go?
Many of the third year and second year economics modules are open to Mathematics with Economics students what does that indicate?
Which is harder and which have better prospects and why?

I have A-levels
maths A*
physics A*
Predicted:
f.maths A*
chemistry A*
Arabic A*
Any general comments is appreciated.
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