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I am currently in year 13 and have applied to study a Bsc Hons in criminology at university, at sixth form I study a national diploma in health and social care and level 3 criminology.

I was just wondering if there was any progression from A level to university in criminology? I feel as though I have studied most of it already and that it may be a waste of time doing a degree in this subject if I'm just learning the same things again.
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(Original post by Chloe_maria08)
I am currently in year 13 and have applied to study a Bsc Hons in criminology at university, at sixth form I study a national diploma in health and social care and level 3 criminology.

I was just wondering if there was any progression from A level to university in criminology? I feel as though I have studied most of it already and that it may be a waste of time doing a degree in this subject if I'm just learning the same things again.
Degrees have value just by being a degree, but preferably a good grade at a good uni.
Check their employment figures and go to the best uni possible. These threads give you an idea what people use such a degree for.

https://www.thebalance.com/what-can-...-degree-974613

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...ee/criminology
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(Original post by Chloe_maria08)
I am currently in year 13 and have applied to study a Bsc Hons in criminology at university, at sixth form I study a national diploma in health and social care and level 3 criminology.

I was just wondering if there was any progression from A level to university in criminology? I feel as though I have studied most of it already and that it may be a waste of time doing a degree in this subject if I'm just learning the same things again.
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Degrees have value just by being a degree, but preferably a good grade at a good uni.
Check their employment figures and go to the best uni possible. These threads give you an idea what people use such a degree for.

https://www.thebalance.com/what-can-...-degree-974613

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...ee/criminology
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Hi, did you study this degree?
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