I really really want to study 'English and History with French', I may change History or French but otherwise I'm quite keen on this choice. I take it that this can be studied at Exeter University - but is this actually a respected degree, compared to Honours (say in just English) or to Combined Honours (in English/History)?
I'm sure you don't study English, History and French to the same standard you would study English or History alone, but does this mean people - especially employers - think less of you? It says it adds 'vocational elements to my degree' - what does this mean?
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