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Are BScs always more employable than BAs? watch


    (Original post by Ellie4)
    This is something that's come up a lot, is there any truth in it?
    not always...but i'd say maybe if you wanted to go into something science-y it might be preferable to have a BSc...but does anyone REALLY know the difference? i know my sister got a BMus from her music degree and that made employment hard...with hindsight she would have preferred a BA but it's not made that much difference now as she's done an MSc anyway...
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