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So I think I tried to post this earlier but I don’t think it went through, anyway
I’m interested in studying chemistry/ biology (most likely chem) at university but I want to study another subject with it, I’m thinking sociology or philosophy or theology, because I find them genuinely really interesting, however I cannot find a course for this on UCAS, is it even possible to do this?? How would I do it? And if I could how would it change my entry requirements or which unis I could apply to? Has anyone actually done this?
I really need help because I don’t think I want to do either separately..
The only degrees I could find were like chemistry and business, but that doesn’t interest me...
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Lot's of joint degrees in the UK have some sort of subject relation

Eg: Literature + Journalism or Business + Marketing

Or a specific subject like engineering + a very broad yet still industry relatable subject like Management (which is often available with most subjects)

Which is unfortunate if you like different things which create a niche combination

I don't have much advice unfortunately but many of the subject societies are often available to everyone, meaning if you chose Chemistry then you could probs join a Theology society or something..
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Liberal Arts and Science at at Birmingham - it may allow the combination of subjects you are interested in - https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...-sciences.aspx

History and Philosophy of Science at Leeds - https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/philosophy-undergraduate
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Lot's of joint degrees in the UK have some sort of subject relation

Eg: Literature + Journalism or Business + Marketing

Or a specific subject like engineering + a very broad yet still industry relatable subject like Management (which is often available with most subjects)

Which is unfortunate if you like different things which create a niche combination

I don't have much advice unfortunately but many of the subject societies are often available to everyone, meaning if you chose Chemistry then you could probs join a Theology society or something..
Thank you!! I didn’t know about societies, I’ll take a further look though
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Liberal Arts and Science at at Birmingham - it may allow the combination of subjects you are interested in - https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...-sciences.aspx

History and Philosophy of Science at Leeds - https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/philosophy-undergraduate
Thank you! Please let me know if there are any other unis that offer these kind of courses
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