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    I was about to go into Law with some university options that offer Law with International Relations. However, I am way more interested in the International Relations part compared to Law as there are many career options within the Government and internationally.

    Is International Relations a respectable degree as I am going to apply for Birmingham, King's College London (KCL), SOAS and Queen Mary. Also would it be fairly easy to find a job after attaining my BA?
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    (Original post by SaksTheGreatest)
    I was about to go into Law with some university options that offer Law with International Relations. However, I am way more interested in the International Relations part compared to Law as there are many career options within the Government and internationally.

    Is International Relations a respectable degree as I am going to apply for Birmingham, King's College London (KCL), SOAS and Queen Mary. Also would it be fairly easy to find a job after attaining my BA?
    maybe then try straight IR and do the GDL if you're set on law.
    also something like 80% of grad jobs do not specify a degree, so doing a non-vocational degree won't disadvantage you.
 
 
 
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