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    Hi I am in year 12 and I study:

    Maths, Economics and Government and Politics.

    I really enjoy and like maths so I thought I would like the idea of economics. I personally think that a maths degree wouldn't be a wise choice on my behalf.
    However, I am starting to doubt whether an Economics bsc degree wouldn't be mathsy enough for my liking.

    Could anyone suggest degrees that involve quite a lot of maths ?
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    You can do a maths and economics degree.
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    A maths degree sometimes requires you to have at least one more science A-level or even further maths too, so I suggest you check if your preferred universities ask for these to do a maths degree.

    Other options include economics, accounting, and computer science. Some universities ask for maths A-level for business/management, so you can definitely do that too.
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    (Original post by MajorFader)
    Hi I am in year 12 and I study:

    Maths, Economics and Government and Politics.

    I really enjoy and like maths so I thought I would like the idea of economics. I personally think that a maths degree wouldn't be a wise choice on my behalf.
    However, I am starting to doubt whether an Economics bsc degree wouldn't be mathsy enough for my liking.

    Could anyone suggest degrees that involve quite a lot of maths ?
    Maths, computer science, civil engineering
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