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Knowing that The universe is infinate and know that being English is like winning the national lottery of nationalities.

Is it best to go to Uni and Study politics or Law.
Knowing that you would like to have options in life of possibly traveling, Security service work, good public speaker, into the public life such as a minister.
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I think I would study law. There are more opportunities if you do Law.
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Is just the over subscription that worries me
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Politics definately. Way more interesting.
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(Original post by Blood & Honour)
Knowing that The universe is infinate and know that being English is like winning the national lottery of nationalities.

Is it best to go to Uni and Study politics or Law.
Knowing that you would like to have options in life of possibly traveling, Security service work, good public speaker, into the public life such as a minister.
Any ideas?
The universe is not infinite, but welll back to the topic...

It really depends on what you are good at. I think you should go for what you think you would enyoy the most. Remember that if you are to build a career you wantto do it in a field you can enyoy for the rest of your life. Of course it is possible to do several courses, but you are off to a good start if you pick a subject you are good at and enyoy at the same time.
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The universe is not infinite, but welll back to the topic...

It really depends on what you are good at. I think you should go for what you think you would enyoy the most. Remember that if you are to build a career you wantto do it in a field you can enyoy for the rest of your life. Of course it is possible to do several courses, but you are off to a good start if you pick a subject you are good at and enyoy at the same time.
But the multiverse may well be.
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(Original post by Blood & Honour)
Knowing that The universe is infinate and know that being English is like winning the national lottery of nationalities.

Is it best to go to Uni and Study politics or Law.
Knowing that you would like to have options in life of possibly traveling, Security service work, good public speaker, into the public life such as a minister.
Any ideas?
I wouldn't study either of them. This is why you should weigh up what you enjoy and what you think you would be good at!!!
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I love to argue, wether it because i like playing the devils advocate, i like the attension, simply being controversial or prehaps i am just too arrogant in my beliefs.
Thats what i would like to incorperate, i think i am a good people person as i act and do not feel confined in myself.

I was reading 1 of the Brian Heap degree course offer books and i find the type of question based around law far more compelling than that on Politics with International Relations.
EG, Law - How do you solve the problem of overcrowding as a) Judge, b) Lawyer or c) The PM.
eg Politics - Analysis Labours constitional reform programme post '97
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