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    I’m stuck between going to St. Andrews or Warwick, I really like all the societies and degree at Warwick but I like the flexibility of the Scottish system and would quite like to do a joint honours with Maths.
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    (Original post by Sammy2859)
    I’m stuck between going to St. Andrews or Warwick, I really like all the societies and degree at Warwick but I like the flexibility of the Scottish system and would quite like to do a joint honours with Maths.
    how important is doing the joint degree to you?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    how important is doing the joint degree to you?
    I genuinely don’t know because I think a degree in maths would put me in good stead for quantative ananlysis in the future
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    (Original post by Sammy2859)
    I genuinely don’t know because I think a degree in maths would put me in good stead for quantative ananlysis in the future
    Honestly... with the states of economics these days; you would be hard pressed to find a degree without a significant quantitative analysis portion embedded within the degree so I wouldn't think that having joint degree in maths or a single honours degree in economics would make a "huge" difference in terms of your quantitative analytical skills.

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    Honestly... with the states of economics these days; you would be hard pressed to find a degree without a significant quantitative analysis portion embedded within the degree so I wouldn't think that having joint degree in maths or a single honours degree in economics would make a "huge" difference in terms of your quantitative analytical skills.

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    From what I’ve heard St Andrews has less maths than Warwick in the degree burn it would be free for me and I wanna go to the uni that I would have the most fun at and an extra year sounds good
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    (Original post by Sammy2859)
    From what I’ve heard St Andrews has less maths than Warwick in the degree burn it would be free for me and I wanna go to the uni that I would have the most fun at and an extra year sounds good
    But if you were to do joint honours with applied maths/stats in St As the less maths in the single honours degree wouldn't matter that much? I guess you are a Scot/EU so imo with free tuition St As is a no brainer :lol:

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