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Got A Econs A Maths B Eng Lit for A levels, dont know what undergraduate course to take and which uni, I dont like doing so much maths. Is taking Econs degree great for employability
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A whole heap of Social Science subjects - including Law.
Econ is often offered as a joint subject - with Maths, with Politics, etc etc.

Have a look at some of these :
Economics at Nottingham - https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/economi...ate/index.aspx
Economics at Bath - https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...course-entries
Law at Liverpool - https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/economi...ate/index.aspx
Maths/Stats at Sheffield - https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/maths/undergraduate/courses
Maths at Sussex - https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/subje.../undergraduate
English at Warwick - https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/english/
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(Original post by MRkrish)
Got A Econs A Maths B Eng Lit for A levels, dont know what undergraduate course to take and which uni, I dont like doing so much maths. Is taking Econs degree great for employability
I study Maths and Economics at Uni of Nottingham and have found the course fascinating so far; there is a wide range of modules to choose from in second and third year and a brilliant support network in the first. Although the course is mostly dominated by maths in the first year, there is a nice balance between the 2 in the second and third. The course here also offers you the chance to spend a semester abroad or a year in industry, although not compulsory. I would definitely advise checking the course page out on the University website as I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience so far.

Good luck with your application.
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