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Im an international Student and I want to study Liberal Arts with foundation year at royal Holloway but my A Levels equivalent is CCD and CCC is required...Is there still a chance that I could get in or should I save the space for another university?
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Im an international Student and I want to study Liberal Arts with foundation year at royal Holloway but my A Levels equivalent is CCD and CCC is required...Is there still a chance that I could get in or should I save the space for another university?
Don't study liberal arts
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Don't study liberal arts
Why not.. studying liberal arts isn’t a degree in itself. You get to major and minor in a vast range of subjects.
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Liberal Arts is not widely recognised in the UK like the US. Employers dont take the degree seriously. Its a waste of time.
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Liberal Arts is not widely recognised in the UK like the US. Employers dont take the degree seriously. Its a waste of time.
No because you don’t get a degree in liberal arts. You get a degree in what you major and minor in. E.g. if you take liberal arts and take a degree in international business and french you’d get a degree in international business and french not liberal arts.
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Im an international Student and I want to study Liberal Arts with foundation year at royal Holloway but my A Levels equivalent is CCD and CCC is required...Is there still a chance that I could get in or should I save the space for another university?
Best chance is to ring them.
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No because you don’t get a degree in liberal arts. You get a degree in what you major and minor in. E.g. if you take liberal arts and take a degree in international business and french you’d get a degree in international business and french not liberal arts.
Again, employers in the U.K. like a WHOLE degree not major minor. They would rather you have a degree in French or international business. Not half and half.
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I have the same concern, I want to study psychology with criminology at Royal Holloway but the entry requirements are AAA and I only have what is equivalent to ABB-AAB, but I do think that they are pretty flexible
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Rob a bank... isn't Holloway a prison?
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