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I want to be an Economist in the future. Which subjects are most preferable by foreign universities and which ones should i take? I am currently doing AS level(Cambridge). Which subjects are the best for a higher degree in economics?

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Maths, Further maths, Economics, history, politics, English, physics or an MFL if foreign any combination of these of these subjects will do
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Maths, Further maths, Economics, history, politics, English, physics or an MFL if foreign any combination of these of these subjects will do
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What subjects do you think you will take
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What subjects do you think you will take
Maths and economics were two choices but i am unsure of the third choice as i plan to take 3 subjects in my A levels.
Could you recommend the third subject?
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Well they like to see essay ability normally so maybe history or politics if you school does them. If you aren’t interested then maybe look at taking a STEM subjects like physics to show good understanding of applying maths
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Well they like to see essay ability normally so maybe history or politics if you school does them. If you aren’t interested then maybe look at taking a STEM subjects like physics to show good understanding of applying maths
Is business studies a good option?
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Not really as many universities see them as too similar and so won’t accept them both. If you like economics then maybe geography as an option cause it’s considered a really good subject and is taught in a similar way to econ so unis love it. I have also heard it’s not as hard as expected in actuality
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thank you so much

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Not really as many universities see them as too similar and so won’t accept them both. If you like economics then maybe geography as an option cause it’s considered a really good subject and is taught in a similar way to econ so unis love it. I have also heard it’s not as hard as expected in actuality
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