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    Hi I got an offer from Nottingham for economics and the qualification was Bachelor of Arts with honours, I was planning on a BSc, so I'm just wondering whether If you decide which one you're doing once you actually start the course there.
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    When you start Economics at Nottingham in Year 1, you have a choice between Mathematical Economics (ME) or Quantitative Economics (QE). Mathematical Economics is recommended for those who have done A-Level Maths, and QE for those who haven't. However, the choice is yours. There's also the opportunity to switch between the two within the first couple of weeks.

    If you take ME, you take Econometrics in Semester 2, and you're on track to get a BSc. If not, you'll be on track for a BA.

    I'm not sure of more specifics, and I've heard there are ways to get a BSc without taking Econometrics but I'm unsure. That's pretty much the gist.

    Hope that helped!
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    That definitely did help a lot, thank you!
 
 
 
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