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    Ok. I'm applying to uni but i'm not sure on what degree I should apply for!:confused:

    My A Levels are art, maths and physics, with an AS in biology. Grades of ABBb.

    I thought about doing architecture but I think the degree would be too long and wouldn't pay off.

    Any degree ideas appreciated...!?
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    if you dont know what you want to study how do you expect people to advise you?
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    Architecture's a lucrative career although, yes, it's a long path and you'll need determination (and obvious skills and flair). But, in the long term, I'd say it "pays for itself".

    Engineering? Town planning (ties in with architecture)? Maths? Physics? Geography? History of Art?.....

    The range of degrees is just far too great. Do you have any interests you're thinking of pursuing?
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    Structural engineering or architecture is actually quite good (so long as you're good at it)
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    (Original post by silk192)
    if you dont know what you want to study how do you expect people to advise you?
    Because certain A Levels are suited to certain degrees.
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    Yes, really.


    Honestly, study whatever you want to study!
    I bet "I am applying for this subject because some strangers on a website told me to" would make a really great personal statement....
    Find a subject that you enjoy, that you could cope with studying for four years, that would help you in any career you've chosen.
 
 
 
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