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I currently have an offer for EPP at Warwick but I'm not sure whether I should take it, the main reason is it offers econ which is a very prestigious course at warwick but the main issue is that it's a new course so I'm not sure whether it would be looked down on by employers, I am thinking of switching to biochem but I'm not sure. Would EPP be looked down upon even if I specialise in economics modules in 2nd and 3rd year to graduate with a BSc or would a Biochem degree look better on my CV? I am looking at general grad schemes that don't require a specific degree
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I currently have an offer for EPP at Warwick but I'm not sure whether I should take it, the main reason is it offers econ which is a very prestigious course at warwick but the main issue is that it's a new course so I'm not sure whether it would be looked down on by employers, I am thinking of switching to biochem but I'm not sure. Would EPP be looked down upon even if I specialise in economics modules in 2nd and 3rd year to graduate with a BSc or would a Biochem degree look better on my CV? I am looking at general grad schemes that don't require a specific degree
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I currently have an offer for EPP at Warwick but I'm not sure whether I should take it, the main reason is it offers econ which is a very prestigious course at warwick but the main issue is that it's a new course so I'm not sure whether it would be looked down on by employers, I am thinking of switching to biochem but I'm not sure. Would EPP be looked down upon even if I specialise in economics modules in 2nd and 3rd year to graduate with a BSc or would a Biochem degree look better on my CV? I am looking at general grad schemes that don't require a specific degree
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Depends what you want a career in?
Nevermind prestige, you obviously will have different job opportunities w/ a PPE degree vs a Biochemistry degree. What sort of job do you want?
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Depends what you want a career in?
Nevermind prestige, you obviously will have different job opportunities w/ a PPE degree vs a Biochemistry degree. What sort of job do you want?
I would like to work in finance, the issue with the course is that its a new one Economics, philosophy and psychology. I think I would prefer it but I'm not sure whether a more traditional course like Biochemistry will be more attractive to employers
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I would like to work in finance, the issue with the course is that its a new one Economics, philosophy and psychology. I think I would prefer it but I'm not sure whether a more traditional course like Biochemistry will be more attractive to employers
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I currently have an offer for EPP at Warwick but I'm not sure whether I should take it, the main reason is it offers econ which is a very prestigious course at warwick but the main issue is that it's a new course so I'm not sure whether it would be looked down on by employers, I am thinking of switching to biochem but I'm not sure. Would EPP be looked down upon even if I specialise in economics modules in 2nd and 3rd year to graduate with a BSc or would a Biochem degree look better on my CV? I am looking at general grad schemes that don't require a specific degree
Hey I can’t give you a specific response but I just had a quick question for you. What are your predicted grades like?
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