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Hi. Just wanting a couple suggestions...
I study psychology, maths, bio and chem at A-level, and up until recently I was pretty sure I would do a biochemistry degree. However, the last couple months I have started to question if a STEM degree is what I really want to do. I have very pushy parents, so whatever degree I pick has to be well-respected. Does anyone have suggestions of well-respected degrees which are less ‘STEM’ I should look at? Just very stuck.
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(Original post by anaturner)
Hi. Just wanting a couple suggestions...
I study psychology, maths, bio and chem at A-level, and up until recently I was pretty sure I would do a biochemistry degree. However, the last couple months I have started to question if a STEM degree is what I really want to do. I have very pushy parents, so whatever degree I pick has to be well-respected. Does anyone have suggestions of well-respected degrees which are less ‘STEM’ I should look at? Just very stuck.
The question is that you wanted to do?

Office work? Lab-based? Hospital based? etc.

Do you want a 9-5 job, or one doing unsocial hours?
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Law requires no specific subjects, just high grades :
Birmingham - https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools...llb/index.aspx
Warwick - https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/law

International Development - can include 'quantitative methods' to utilise Maths
Leeds - https://courses.leeds.ac.uk/f485/int...development-ba
Sussex - https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/under...development-ba

Biology with History and Philosophy of Science - https://courses.leeds.ac.uk/4028/bio...of-science-bsc

Liberal Arts and Science - https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...-sciences.aspx
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