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Would an International business and Modern Language degree be Mickey Mouse due to not enough quantitive modules?
What if it is a partnered Double Degree with a foreign uni = 1 degree in the afore mentioned and a bsc Management by the foreign uni? = 2 degrees.

Consider the comparison with degree In fiancé from CASS or A&F from Warwick?
Always assumed a modern language (minor or major) would be respected. Only because at GCSC every teacher and their wife said language GCSE are good.
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At which university? And for what field of work? Also, which language(s)?
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At which university? And for what field of work? Also, which language(s)?
Aston. With french or German
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Aston. With french or German
That sounds great. I don't think the degree sounds remotely Mickey Mouse but I doubt it qualifies as being highly quantitative. That being said I dont think the other two you noted do either. A+F generally isn't - although Warwick do require grade A maths A level so may have a far more robust course than most, CASS dont even require maths A level for their 'finance' course. What other courses are you considering?

Any reason not to do a languages with management course?
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