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    I am first year FCH student here at Exeter and IR is one of my subjects.
    I would suggest you look very closely at the modules offered by each department before you choose.
    My advice would be to keep History. I say so because they have a lot of interesting and super-useful modules (related to politics) that I wish I could take next year, but I can't.
    It is true that in the Politics department you can take up to 30 credits outside your department, but in reality it depends by which college those outside-modules would be offered. For example both History and Law only have space for students of their own department. You can only take modules with them if you are in a single or joint honour which include them.
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