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Guys what do you think which degree is better? I’m most likely to study law but I know that history is something I’m much more interested in. However what career aside form a teacher (which I don’t want) and a professor (which is a dream but extremely difficult to get) can history provide ? Thanks
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I would probably go for a history undergrad rather than law.
I studied theology.
With a history degree you could become an author, civil servant, curator, journalist, librarian, politician, presenter, office worker.
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Guys what do you think which degree is better? I’m most likely to study law but I know that history is something I’m much more interested in. However what career aside form a teacher (which I don’t want) and a professor (which is a dream but extremely difficult to get) can history provide ? Thanks
Depends which uni and how much you enjoy it. If your uni is good enough, then History would be fine and you could cross qualify.
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Thanks for the answer! Can I ask what are you doing now with the theology degree?
(Original post by Nikitka)
Guys what do you think which degree is better? I’m most likely to study law but I know that history is something I’m much more interested in. However what career aside form a teacher (which I don’t want) and a professor (which is a dream but extremely difficult to get) can history provide ? Thanks
(Original post by londonmyst)
I would probably go for a history undergrad rather than law.
I studied theology.
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Depends which uni and how much you enjoy it. If your uni is good enough, then History would be fine and you could cross qualify.
Cross qualify - you mean GDL? And I think about RG if I get the grades
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Cross qualify - you mean GDL? And I think about RG if I get the grades
If you dont get the grades then its unlikely your legal career is going anywhere.

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...degree/history
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If you dont get the grades then its unlikely your legal career is going anywhere.

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...degree/history
Well there’re Leicester and Aberdeen with ABs aren’t there ?
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Well there’re Leicester and Aberdeen with ABs aren’t there ?
Gyms are allowed to be open during lockdown.
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Gyms are allowed to be open during lockdown
Too smart for me rn. You mean nobody uses them ? Elaborate pls
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I’m not an expert but I heard from somewhere that if you do a degree like literature, history or Philosophy then you can do law after (like not as a full 3 year degree)
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I’m not an expert but I heard from somewhere that if you do a degree like literature, history or Philosophy then you can do law after (like not as a full 3 year degree)
The GDL. You can do this after any degree
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