Should I pick up a new(ish) subject for uni?

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Hey everyone!

I am going to choose my university/apprenticeship courses later this year like a lot of you, and I am just wondering if it is possible to pick up a new subject like philosophy and still do the work on the same level as other students.
I currently do politics, economics and business and I don't really know much about philosophy right now - apart from the main extensions such as epistemology, theology, metaphysics etc. It has very quickly become an interest of mine and I have always been intrigued by it.

If it isn't recommended I start a new subject, I will probably just pursue business marketing as an apprenticeship (which isn't my passion but I do like it)
P.S. having trouble putting this in the right category so sorry if its in the wrong place
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Absolutely no issue with starting a new subject. Relatively few will have studied philosophy before, plus its debatable whether the A level is of much help at university level.
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