Should I do architecture or interior architecture

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    I'm applying through clearing now and can't decide wether to do architecture or interior architecture at UWE.

    I have done art, photograph and psychology A levels and will need to do a foundation year either way as I won't be getting amazing grades.

    A worry I have with doing the interior architecture course is that people will see it as pointless and not a real architecture course.
    A worry I have with the architecture course is that it will take be about 8 years to actually become qualified.

    What are the pros and cons and what will work out best for me in the future ?
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    Have you applied ? What university did you got into ? What grades did you get?


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