I want to be an entrepreneur but I do not know what degree to do?

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Business and management/economics?
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What subjects are you most interested in studying?
What type of business or businesses do you hope to start?

Some of my friends are entrepreneurs.
They did undergrads in: actuarial science, archaeology, business administration/management, economics, history, illustration, land economy, law and medicine.
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Yeah these are the subjects I suggest you choose from if your main aim is to become an entrepreneur. Choose a course that puts some emphasis on teaching entrepreneurial skills, and an institution with a strong entrepreneurial/finance/investment society presence. This will be important to help you network and meet people you could potentially go into business with in the future. If you’re in London, attend events with University of London, listen to speeches from senior executives etc and again meet people from different backgrounds. People with different skill sets could help you grow a business in a sector you’re not too familiar with. Keep looking out for side hustles and small business opportunities that could help you put some income aside to invest in bigger business later on. I’d also suggest you do your best to secure a summer internship in a company so you can get some practical experience with how a business operates.
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Yeah these are the subjects I suggest you choose from if your main aim is to become an entrepreneur. Choose a course that puts some emphasis on teaching entrepreneurial skills, and an institution with a strong entrepreneurial/finance/investment society presence. This will be important to help you network and meet people you could potentially go into business with in the future. If you’re in London, attend events with University of London, listen to speeches from senior executives etc and again meet people from different backgrounds. People with different skill sets could help you grow a business in a sector you’re not too familiar with. Keep looking out for side hustles and small business opportunities that could help you put some income aside to invest in bigger business later on. I’d also suggest you do your best to secure a summer internship in a company so you can get some practical experience with how a business operates.
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