Im currently going into A2 to study - sociology, politics and english lit. I want to study law but my friends have demotivated me as they have said it's a boring course and it's also really competitive etc etc. I want to work with humanitarian organisations such as the UN when im older, so if anyone can help me out on what I can study at uni to help me achieve that would be appreciated. P.S I really really enjoy sociology but i don't know about studying that at uni as im not sure what careers i could go into with that. Thanks!
- Thread Starter
- 20-08-2016 13:30
- 20-08-2016 13:55
If you're passionate about law then study law. It's all up to you, not your friends. That being said make sure you consider all your options and do some research, you've got a few months before you need to put forward your UCAS application so make it count! I studied Sociology at A level as well and enjoyed it a lot but I didn't follow it forward because of the same worries you have about it. Just keep researching It's your decision remember.
- PS Reviewer
- 20-08-2016 22:52
Law can be an incredibly rewarding degree, but yeah, I would recommend doing a week's worth of 1st Year Law degree reading if you can and see if that is something you can see yourself enjoying/coping with for three years.