The most fun undergraduate degree?

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    what do you guys tihnk is the most fun course to do?
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    Fun in what way? Interesting? Minimal work requirement allowing for more socialisation? I think that the choice would vary dramatically from person to person. I'm hoping that my course would be the most fun for me because it's an area which interests me (and Maths is, of course, the definition of 'fun'), but others would disagree :p:
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    Mathematics and Philosophy.
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    I've heard that if you do geography you don't have many lectures and more free time for socialising Then again i've never done it so I don't know...
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    Music :yeah:
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    Football Studies - i hear they have a whole terms course on David Beckham...
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    (Original post by bradburyj)
    Football Studies - i hear they have a whole terms course on David Beckham...
    really?:eek3:
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    (Original post by junglegirl)
    really?:eek3:
    apparantly,its at Southampton Solent, not sure if any other universities do it though.

    something to do with what makes a good leader/captain, which meant they studied David Beckham for a term, as he was England Captain at the time. I think their conclusions were that hes good looking :yep:
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    It's different for different people but for everyone it's English :ninja2:
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    I've always thought music must be quite fun.
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    (Original post by geetar)
    I've always thought music must be quite fun.
    :yep:
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    Comedy Writing?
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    Probably music at a conservatoire
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    (Original post by bradburyj)
    Football Studies - i hear they have a whole terms course on David Beckham...
    FOOT 1001 Introduction to Beckham's Bending 1
    FOOT 1002 Introduction to Beckham's Bending 2
    FOOT 2001 Advanced Beckahm's Bending
    FOOT 3001 Ethical & Contemporary Issues Of Victoria Beckham
    FOOT 4001 Fundamentals Of How to Throw Shoes at Beckhams Head (Optional)
    FOOT 4002 Beckham's Honours Project 1

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    (Original post by John05)
    Probably music at a conservatoire
    Music at uni is more fun, imo. We read really wacky, hilarious stuff that you wouldn't get to do at a conservatoire :yep:
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    butterfly studies...
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Music at uni is more fun, imo. We read really wacky, hilarious stuff that you wouldn't get to do at a conservatoire :yep:
    I'd never have thought music could be wacky and hilarious :P. Personally I prefer performing, which I've heard doesn't account for much of uni courses
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    maths :awesome:
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    BA Symbology with a year in Europe
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    Blatantly Biological Sciences.
 
 
 
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