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    I have received offers and am confused as to what to put as my firm choice. I was going to put Durham as my first, solely down to its good reputation, however I've been reading that their International Relations department is a bit naff in comparison to their other departments. I do like the sound of the Durham course, but I like the look of the modules for History and International Relations more, for which the History department is supposedly one of the best. Which will employers value more highly: an International Relations degree from Durham, or History and International Relations from Exeter? Pros and cons of both?

    Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
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