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    hey, next year I will study A levels in Cambridge and I was thinking about studying business, psychology, spanish and chinese. Both languages I am taking them at GCSE and at uni I would like to study international business management, or marketing. Do you think that this subjects could be fine? and should I study maths?

    Take Maths,Business,Economic,Ict.

    I'm in a similar boat, trying to pick A levels at the moment. At the end of the day, you've got to take into account your future but don't forget to choose subjects you enjoy! Think it's easy to not factor that in, but you don't want to be miserable. If I were you, I'd consider maths as above poster has said (maybe drop your least favourite language??) up to you though at the end of the day.
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    having a look at the uni courses on what their entry requirements are for their international business management course will help you. studying a langauge at a-level would be a good choice, as a lot of employers and unis will value you knowing another language well. i wouldn't take psychology, but that depends on the course you're enrolling on- they may have different requirements.
    maybe take maths, business, economics and a language?

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