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    Just thought i'd make a topic where people can say what they are planning on studying, and what they hope to do after to help people like me who are unsure, and possibly think of different career options that we may not have previously thought about.

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    Chemical Physics :love:
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    Geography BA OR Physics with a foundation year cuz I did atrociously at AS maths and will probs have to drop it but I think I did pretty damn good in physics.
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    biochemical or chemical engineering @ UCL or cambridge respectively

    going try get chartered engineer afterwards - then maybe go into another sector like finance/management/consultancy
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    Pharmacy!! Then I shall be a pharmacist.
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    dunno business or economics probs, might end up changing my mind loads of times over the next few months, oooo maybe accounting.
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    Theoretical Physics hopefully!
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    sociology, but i don't know what i wanna do after.. something pointless probably.
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    Graphic Design, followed by a masters in Computing with Graphic Design hopefully Torn between Brighton, Gloucestershire, and a few others in London/Bristol
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    Linguistics I have no idea what career though... I will probably just end up going for jobs that require any degree, not a specific linguistics related job.

    I will probably apply to: Cambridge, UCL, Sheffield/ Birmingham/ Manchester/ Cardiff (3 out of the last 4)
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    economics

    then a probably a career as an accountant or something similiar ...
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    Accountancy with economics or business law or something like that
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    Phys NatSci at Cambridge, Physics or Physics with Theoretical Physics at Southampton, Nottingham, Leeds and Manchester (:

    After? Not a clue.
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    computer science at queen mary london...
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    Earth Sciences/Geology hopefully with Geography

    At Lancaster
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    economics
    then might become an IB, stockbroker, equity, commodity broker, insurance, consultant etc
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    Law-( but everyone on TSR seems to be having the same idea)
    and then Lawyer
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    Natural Science (Chemistry, Geology and maybe Computer Science) at Cambridge :3
    Well, that's if I get in with my chosen A-Levels :/
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    (Original post by wootwootwoot)
    Law-( but everyone on TSR seems to be having the same idea)
    and then Lawyer
    You're the first person on this thread to say law :p:
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    English then I want to be a journalist...
 
 
 
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