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    Hello everyone,

    I am currently reading Economics and Business Economics and for me it has turned out to be a far too theoretical and quantitative subject, therefore, I am considering changing my programme, however, I am struggling which programme to go for as my passion lies with politics and unfortunately a politics or international relations degree is currently not an option for me.

    Therefore, I require some outside perspective and advice on which of the two options available to me, in principle should make me happier and better off both content and future prospects (as I seek to do a Masters degree in either political science or international relations) wise.

    My two options are either a European Studies or History (with a specialisation in international relations in historical perspective from the 2nd year onwards) degree; in both programmes I have the option of taking politics and law minors in order to diversify my portfolio.

    I am fully aware that virtually no one has an definite answer for me, but I would cherish greatly some outside opinion as this whole dilemma has been on my mind for quite a while and I would highly value some neutral and unbiased advice.

    Thank you in advance for all your efforts and time!

    I would say History. Just because, there's more chance of studying actual international affairs, instead of just European affairs.

    To be sure, look at the actual classes you'd be taking.

    Good luck
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