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I'm pretty sure that I would want to become a fashion designer. However, life is complicated and you never know what might happen...
So I've decided that my second choice career must be at least related to something ”safer” like business

But I'm confused over if these following a-levels are considered ” too soft” by more academic universities. (Probably I think they are, right?)

But I’ve read somewhere that for a business degree you don’t need to do exactly an economics a-level for example, but that it’s preferred

Maths
Product design
Fine art
Textiles

I’m not even sure about what a levels do I need for fashion... (T ^ T)
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If you like those A levels, and think you could do well in those interesting subjects, then choose them! I love the fact that you are considering Maths, as that makes your future options very serious and managerial.

A friend of mine actually did textile engineering, ages ago at the University of Leeds, soft subject?, yeah? - except he was sponsored by The British Army. (Hope that’s not an official secret)
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Thanks!(≧∇≦)
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Yeah I think for a fashion designer those will be good choices
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They seem like the right a-levels for fashion design I’d say if you enjoy designing and it’s what you want to do then definitely go for it!
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Fashion design sounds so cool! It looks good, go for it!
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