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Both are really good and tough choices tbf.
I do Advertising and marketing and that includes customer psychology. Which is extremely relevant.
If you want to know more about this then I may be able to help
I hope you are well. Thank you very much for posting this question. Choosing University courses is different for everyone so I would not say there is one best option.
I am currently a Marketing Management at Lancaster University and we offer a minor system here which enabled me to opt to choose psychology as a minor, which I thoroughly enjoyed. This minor system allowed me to major in marketing but still study modules in psychology and business to ensure I get a very well rounded degree.
If you know you would like to specialise in marketing then perhaps go with the Psychology and Marketing course. Here at Lancaster University, we have the UK's very first marketing department and are in the Top 10 in the league tables so I feel very lucky to be studying here. If you want to due a joint honours course then check out the BSc (Hons) Marketing with Psychology course here: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/study/und...bsc-hons-n5c8/. Within Lancaster University Management School there are various business courses you could then pair with psychology as a minor or likewise apply for psychology here and then take marketing as a minor.
As you can see there are various routes to take, so I would recommend checking out the course outlines at Lancaster and various other Universities you are interested in to ensure you make the right decision. I would highly encourage you to visit the University and talk to lectures and current students, I found this very beneficial in deciding.
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Have a great evening,
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