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    Hi all,


    I would be extremely grateful if you could help me out.

    I'm contemplating doing a joint or triple honour's at university next year - it will definitely be one or the other.

    For joint honour's it would either be:

    History and Spanish
    Spanish and French
    Spanish and German

    For Triple Honour's it would either be:

    History, Spanish and French
    History, Spanish and German
    History, Spanish and Italian



    I was just wondering, would one of those degrees be more valuable than the other?
    With 'Triple Honour's' would I perhaps be 'spreading myself too thin' for further career prospects?
    What careers could a joint languages degree lead to?
    Which degree would be more valued by employers?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you, and kind regards.
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    would one of those degrees be more valuable than the other?

    I cnat see what History adds?
    With 'Triple Honour's' would I perhaps be 'spreading myself too thin' for further career prospects?

    Agains I cant see what history adds?

    What careers could a joint languages degree lead to?

    One using both or either language or the usual ones associated with any degree?
    Which degree would be more valued by employers? Calue is relative to whether they found the academic content directly useful. They would just as much be interested in your class of degree and where you got it from.

    If I were learning languages and I was able, then it would be Cantonese, Mandarin and Japanese

    Languages in demand its appreantly French
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