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    I know at some universities, it is possible to take a module outside your chosen course subject, e.g. you're doing a course in geography and your wild module is Spanish.
    But I spoke to a friend and she heard that if you consistently picked the same subject across the years whilst at university, on your degree, it will be considered as a minor. She wasn't sure what university she got this information on, but I was wondering if this is true? Or if anyone knows what universities do this? As I am looking to do biology and psychology together but having trouble finding places that offer it, so I'll consider places that could allow me to do one and have the other as a wild module.

    I know that Sussex has this (for some subjects), free electives with "pathways" that can provide a "main subject with xxxx" degree.
    Hull uni also has electives.

    Sure there are others
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    okay thank you !
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