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    I really like chemistry, but i also really like philosophy , so I was hoping to apply for a flexible course at the university of Exeter. However, I don't really know where to go from there. Both subjects have high respective employment rates, but I want to study them as a 50:50 joint course would this still make me employable?
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    (Original post by thatbrodou)
    I really like chemistry, but i also really like chemistry, so I was hoping to apply for a flexible course at the university of Exeter. However, I don't really know where to go from there. Both subjects have high respective employment rates, but I want to study them as a 50:50 joint course would this still make me employable?
    This is the postgraduate sub forum, so if you are referring to an undergraduate degree you should post in one of the undergraduate sub forums maybe the Chemistry& Physics one if you are interested in a Chem career. Also you say you really like chemistry and you really like chemistry- did you mean to list a different subject instead of Chemistry twice?
 
 
 
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