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what's the difference between all the sectors of law (eg: business &law, history & law, LAW) ?
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what's the difference between all the sectors of law (eg: business &law, history & law, LAW) ?
I would suggest reading the module descriptions for each course in detail it gives you a broader understanding of what the university will be covering. All the best!
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what's the difference between all the sectors of law (eg: business &law, history & law, LAW) ?
Hey Neensxnebula!

It sounds like your talking about combined honours, where you can study two different courses but that can go well together I take International Relations and Politics, instead of just International Relations, or just Politics. It gives you broader knowledge and more choice of modules on different topics rather than just 'Law'.

As mentioned, I would take a look at all of the course information that is available online and check out if you like the sound of them, or if they could help in any career ideas you have!

Hope that helped!

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I would suggest reading the module descriptions for each course in detail it gives you a broader understanding of what the university will be covering. All the best!
now I feel like slapping myself. simple questions, simple solutions! smh
thank youu
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Hey Neensxnebula!

It sounds like your talking about combined honours, where you can study two different courses but that can go well together I take International Relations and Politics, instead of just International Relations, or just Politics. It gives you broader knowledge and more choice of modules on different topics rather than just 'Law'.

As mentioned, I would take a look at all of the course information that is available online and check out if you like the sound of them, or if they could help in any career ideas you have!

Hope that helped!

Courtney -- Official Student Rep
Thank you!! ;p
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