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Currently im in my first year at Coventry University studing a BA in Business Economics however for 2nd year we have to choose which type of Economics degree to do.Even though I picked to do Business Economics I didn't know till they told us on the first day that there wasn't any business content in the degree. The other types of Economics degrees to pick from are Pure Economics, Financial Economics and International Economics And Trade. We haven't really been told what is the difference is between the modules in each degree and we only have till March to decide which one to pursue.
Any help would be grateful, thanks.
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Currently im in my first year at Coventry University studing a BA in Business Economics however for 2nd year we have to choose which type of Economics degree to do.Even though I picked to do Business Economics I didn't know till they told us on the first day that there wasn't any business content in the degree. The other types of Economics degrees to pick from are Pure Economics, Financial Economics and International Economics And Trade. We haven't really been told what is the difference is between the modules in each degree and we only have till March to decide which one to pursue.
Any help would be grateful, thanks.
The website isn't terribly helpful, but surely your university provides you a list of modules for each course? Without that it's difficult to say precisely what the differences are.

Furthermore, choosing between them is mostly a matter of personal preference. Only you will know whether you find finance boring, international trade interesting etc.
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The website isn't terribly helpful, but surely your university provides you a list of modules for each course? Without that it's difficult to say precisely what the differences are.

Furthermore, choosing between them is mostly a matter of personal preference. Only you will know whether you find finance boring, international trade interesting etc.
oh right thanks
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