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What is better Law or Business School?
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Which law school and which business school?
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Which law school and which business school?
I think Law is more vast
what do you think?
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I think Law is more vast
what do you think?
I mean, Specifically which law and business school are you talking about?
Law if you want to be a lawyer though
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I mean, Specifically which law and business school are you talking about?
Law if you want to be a lawyer though
Yeah my parents wants me to became a Lawyer
But I do not like it as much as I love business

THE PROBLEM is I can't say no because they will pay the university fees

I'm stuck
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Of course you can say no. Don't be so easily controlled
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What is better Law or Business School?
Hi there!

Hoping I can offer some advice on how you can find out which is best in relation to the subject.

This will all depend on you and what you would prefer and feel is best.

It might help to look into careers that you can get into with industries; the Prospects website includes some helpful information on careers you can get into with both degree subjects-

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...with-my-degree

You can also browse the job profiles on our website to find out further details on the various roles-

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/explore-careers

It might also be helpful to speak to both departments to gain information on the subjects at the university or universities you are interested in attended.

I hope this helps!

Thanks-Samrita
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Of course you can say no. Don't be so easily controlled
I am gonna try my best
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Yeah my parents wants me to became a Lawyer
But I do not like it as much as I love business

THE PROBLEM is I can't say no because they will pay the university fees

I'm stuck
Will you be eligible to get a Student Finance loan?
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