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Hello I'd like to know which one would be more beneficial in terms of applying to universities!
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It depends on what you want to do.

Studying in Germany would be fascinating compared to all the drones on here talking about Oxford and Cambridge all the time.

Religious studies allows you to delve into ancient history and understand the modern world such as separatism in communities in the UK.

It all depends on what you want to do, so what do you want to do?
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I did RE at A-level and I found that as an A-level it helped me to develop a lot of skills, especially in terms of structuring essays and analysing, rather than just rote learning. I also managed to get the 5 UCAS offers that I wanted [including 3 Russel Group unis, if that matters to you?], so it was a beneficial subject for me. I suppose it depends on what course you're planning to study at uni [n terms of requirements?] and what your other A-levels are?
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