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Hello i need some help with my career choices, i am currently in high school studying business and english and graphics but i have no idea where i want to go with it, i love being my own person and working not working for other people(not being snob) lol anywas i love the thought of management but every course i look into requires maths and i am too far into school, does anyone have an career paths that would be good ?
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maybe hotel management? )
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Thank you! never thought of that
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Thank you! never thought of that
no problem, i hope you succeed in your dreams xx
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Hello i need some help with my career choices, i am currently in high school studying business and english and graphics but i have no idea where i want to go with it, i love being my own person and working not working for other people(not being snob) lol anywas i love the thought of management but every course i look into requires maths and i am too far into school, does anyone have an career paths that would be good ?
Hi,

I studied similar subjects at A Level; Business studies, Graphic Design and Media Studies and from this I fell into a Degree of Business Management, although I did choose to specialise in marketing after my first year, so I have just finished my final year studying Business Management with Marketing.

I think this could be a great direction for you to consider as it doesn't require maths and Business Management can lead you in so many different directions and it incorporates the management aspect you are interested in. Once you have studied it for a year as well, you will probably have the option to choose a specialism if you find something you particularly enjoy like entrepreneurship, finance or marketing.

I hope this gives you something to consider.

Best of luck,
Charlotte, Pearson Business School Rep
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Hello i need some help with my career choices, i am currently in high school studying business and english and graphics but i have no idea where i want to go with it, i love being my own person and working not working for other people(not being snob) lol anywas i love the thought of management but every course i look into requires maths and i am too far into school, does anyone have an career paths that would be good ?
Hi ihateschoollolx,

I hope you are well. I felt the exact same as you when I was in school, I loved business and graphics! For my A Levels, I actually began studying Business, English Literature, Product Design (because I couldn't choose a Graphics A Level at my school) and Drama.

I loved business, but not so much the maths side and I loved graphics but didn't really want to be sat down every day at a desk designing elements so after researching, I decided marketing was the perfect direction for me. I visited lots of universities but decided Lancaster University was the best decision for me. I am on the Marketing Management course which I really recommend because it encapsulates a placement year, you can find out more about this course or the other undergraduate marketing courses at Lancaster here!

The great thing is the department do not stipulate certain grades in specific subjects but definitely check out this page for further clarification on entry requirements. In my first year we did a couple of maths lectures which is great for our future careers. I originally was looking at Business Management too, so for me a degree in Marketing Management covered both marketing and management so the best of both worlds in my opinion. The Marketing courses are within Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) so the course is often flexible enough to let you choose a couple of other modules from around LUMS, which was been great for me . For example, I studied a module in Management & Sustainability and won a competition to fly to Singapore with 9 other students to attend the World Business Council for Sustainable Development annual meeting in 2018, a once in a lifetime opportunity!

With this degree I will proceed to enter the field of brand management but there are plenty of careers open to you through studying this degree.

Please let me know if you would like to know more about what studying a marketing degree is like or more about Lancaster, I would be very happy to elaborate further .

Have a great evening.

Rebecca (Final Year BSc Hons Marketing Management Student)
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