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    I'm currently studying Mathematics at Uni of Leeds, going into second year next year. I'm currently on the masters course but was thinking of going down to the bachelors degree as I'm not that interested in my course so I don't want to do an extra year. I do however want to do Study Abroad in 3rd year, just to get out of Leeds a bit and have some nice weather and travel, which means I am doing an extra year. If I were on the BSc course then this 3rd year wouldn't count towards my degree - it would be a relaxed year but it may be a waste. On the masters course it does count - it would be good for my degree but I may not be able to appreciate the experience. I was wondering if anyone had some insight or previous experience in a situation like this - for study abroad should I stick with MMath or change to BSc if I'm not so interested in my course?
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