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What’s better? Business Studies or Economics?
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Better for what and whom?
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economics
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If you're going to study either at uni then having a degree in business studies or economics is great. however economics would be the more desirable course. It also depends what you want to do in the future
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(Original post by saxon123987)
What’s better? Business Studies or Economics?
I might be slightly biased, but Economics is better. Business studies is entirely reliant on Economics. You don't need Business studies if you have Economics, Business studies can be picked up much easier. Business studies also is not as desired as Economics as a subject for universities and/or employers. There's nothing wrong with Business studies, but Economics is generally better I'd say. Of course, it mainly depends on what career you want.
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Generally, business studies is seen as “easier” and at universities I have seen many people stereotype business people and economics people
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