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Hi guys I was just wondering, if you're doing a degree at uni are there any additional modules you can take that's outside your degree? (Generally for unis in the UK). Say I'm doing a law degree, would I be able to do bits of modules from Econ? (I'm an international student and not quite sure how do UK unis work ) Cheers
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I think you need to discuss this option with senior lecturers like course leader.

It’s not impossible as unis are quite flexible.

Think you’ll just get a diploma certificate for doing extra module outside of your main course
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(Original post by roadtollb)
Hi guys I was just wondering, if you're doing a degree at uni are there any additional modules you can take that's outside your degree? (Generally for unis in the UK). Say I'm doing a law degree, would I be able to do bits of modules from Econ? (I'm an international student and not quite sure how do UK unis work ) Cheers
these are called Electives and not all Universities offer them. And not all courses at those Universities that do, do. you'll need to talk to the Universities you're interested in.
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