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    Anyone studying it atm???

    Ive applied to do it but am i tad confused about wot it involves!! :confused:

    YEAR ONE
    "Language-based courses
    Introduction to European History, Law,
    Philosophy and Politics
    A further course in either a second language
    or in a humanities or social science subject"

    does this mean that i MUST do history law philosophy and politics....or i can chose.... :confused:

    help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!


    ps.....for those doing the course.....opinions on it??

    grazieeeeeeeeeee!
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    Yes, you do all four.
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    I've applied too. It looks great.
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    ah dearrrrr....

    i know nothing about philosophy....it really doesnt interest me....

    do i have to do them for the full 4 years??? or is it only for the first year???
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    (Original post by f_bragoli)
    ah dearrrrr....
    i know nothing about philosophy....it really doesnt interest me....
    do i have to do them for the full 4 years??? or is it only for the first year???
    You can specialise in one subject and your language(s) after the first year. Also you might find it's quite interesting after all.
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    (Original post by littleshambles)
    You can specialise in one subject and your language(s) after the first year. Also you might find it's quite interesting after all.
    still gonna have to get through a year of it though!!!
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    (Original post by f_bragoli)
    still gonna have to get through a year of it though!!!
    But still!!!
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    they still havent told me ANYTHING why why WHYYYY
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    (Original post by littleshambles)
    You can specialise in one subject and your language(s) after the first year. Also you might find it's quite interesting after all.
    i knew youd come around to firming your ESPS.. good call
    as for me. i spoke to t robinson tday and i find out tomoro...
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    (Original post by littleshambles)
    You can specialise in one subject and your language(s) after the first year. Also you might find it's quite interesting after all.
    Hi, just wondering, does ESPS mean that you focus only on European issues e.g. european politics etc. or do you do other parts of the world for example in the case of International Relations?

    Thanks
 
 
 
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