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    Law or Politics, which is one is better?
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    ...which one do you prefer (out of Law and Politics)?
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    Erm... probably politics you?
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    One isn't better then the other really, you do which you are more interested in.
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    i wana do hist nd pol at uni but do employers think little of them? what career paths could i follow after that? and is it true that if u want to get in to the civil service you need to know someone in it?

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    i wana do hist nd pol at uni but do employers think little of them? what career paths could i follow after that? and is it true that if u want to get in to the civil service you need to know someone in it?

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    History and Politics is a very new degree and so I can't pluck out a famous person as an example, but the concensus seems to be that it is taken very seriously, along the same sorts of lines as PPE, although without the economics obviously. It's in the 'very desirable degrees' bracket. Civil Service, Journalism, Political Research are all pretty common, although the biggest area of employment is actually Management. Remember you can still do a 1 year conversion to Law afterwards.
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    what does the one year law conversion actually involve though? do u just study law for 1 year then get employed for 2 years working in the law firm then sit and exam?
 
 
 
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