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Just curious cheers lol
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medicine
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medicine
bruh you don't want a doctor do you?
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Degrees Celsius and Farenheit seem pretty useless to me. Real ones measure temperature in Kevin.
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maybe ones with fashion and music unless you wanna teach it? like its better if you take an internship and just go into the industry asap rather then waste time doing it in uni
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Pointless, how? No degree is pointless because every degree is further education, which is why most people go on to university anyway, to get an education. Also the answer is Sociology.
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(Original post by Itsmikeysfault)
Degrees Celsius and Farenheit seem pretty useless to me. Real ones measure temperature in Kevin.
Or perhaps even Kelvin
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All the social sciences
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Impossible to choose between:
Applied Imagination, Cities, Fire Engineering, Floral Design, Gender Studies, Sexual Health and Surf Science. :sigh:
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Or perhaps even Kelvin
prsom I got a real good chuckle from that one :lol:
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applied imagination?
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Confused about the Fire Safety one - that looks extremely practical to me!
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Classics and Gender studies.
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Tf is Applied imagination? They talk about problem finding and problem solving but that goes for most careers anyway. Who they tryna fool with that?
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Confused about the Fire Safety one - that looks extremely practical to me!
The Fire & Leadership Studies degree is practical.
While most of the former students of the Fire Engineering course I've spoken to were angry and viewed it as an overhyped, utterly pointless waste of their time & money.
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More bizarre are the people who’d chuck thousands of pounds on these courses
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All the social sciences
Not Economics but I agree. All the social sciences.
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how are you paying 9k only to learn how to be imaginative or sre!?!
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Sociology, business studies, biology, greek anthology, gender studies and languages (e.g. Spanish or French) I can’t believe people actually study a language degree…
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(Original post by londonmyst)
The Fire & Leadership Studies degree is practical.
While most of the former students of the Fire Engineering course I've spoken too were angry and viewed it as an overhyped, utterly pointless waste of their time & money.
Sure, if you want to be a firefighter. But the other one is not about that, it's about fire protection etc for building projects and all that stuff.

Could be that it's just awfully taught or whatever but I think in principle (or maybe had it been taught elsewhere) it's a decent thing
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