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Help : Opinion on studying Politics, International Relations and Economics watch

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    (Excuse me for my english, I'll try to be as clear a possible!)
    I'm thinking of applying for courses related to Politics, such as the "Politics&International Relations" course at LSE (if there's anyone currently studying this, could you tell me how it is?). My question is : what are the real careers after these kind of studies ? Because I'm interested in working in an International Organisation (ex: UNO) or in law firms - will that be possible?
    I'm also interested in studying Economics but I have some doubts regarding the level in mathematics that seemed to be required at LSE, King's or UCL for example (universities that I'm also thinking of applying for). I've seen some courses such as "Politics & Economics" in which I'm very interested. So I wonder : Is the level of the course really high? Do I have a chance if I only got a 14/20 at the baccalaureate (I'm French).

    Thank you in advance for your help!
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