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Studying Environmental sciences at uni. watch

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    hi! I'm a Spanish student who has done both British and Spanish bachelor and i've been interested for a while on studying Environmental sciences at uni. However, i wanted to know if someone could clarify me if there is a lot of maths and physics going on, as i stopped doing physics at Y9 and did not continued with maths at A-level. Nevertheless, i continued with maths as a 'Spanish' subject, thus i haven't abandoned the subject completely, although maths A-level is harder (=higher level). My a-levels are: geography, biology, italian, french and spanish literature. and my Spanish subjects: chemistry and maths. ( those are necessary to enter in Spanish unis). On top, i would like to know the REAL job prospects this degree offers and personal experiences of uni. xx (sorry for my english xx)
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