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    (Original post by ColdVein)
    No they wouldn't given that it's blacklisted.

    OP I would recommend Economics, although it's certainly not a requirement it will be more of a help than FM (at least in your first year)
    Ok this may have been changed but I'm 100% sure that I read it on the LSE prospectus that they would want you to take Business Studies if Economics wasn't offered - maybe they've changed it for this year, I don't know.
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    Ok this may have been changed but I'm 100% sure that I read it on the LSE prospectus that they would want you to take Business Studies if Economics wasn't offered - maybe they've changed it for this year, I don't know.
    I don't ever remember LSE stating that... Bath, on the other hand, do.
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    I don't ever remember LSE stating that... Bath, on the other hand, do.
    If not LSE then definitely a top 5 uni because I remember at some point reading it and also someone on these forums stated it but said might not be wise considering the other top 5 unis wouldn't really like you to do it.
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    (Original post by kai4321)
    If not LSE then definitely a top 5 uni because I remember at some point reading it and also someone on these forums stated it but said might not be wise considering the other top 5 unis wouldn't really like you to do it.
    cambridge make an exception for BS- if you want to do economics, yet econ a level isnt offered by your school, they say BS may be a good a level to do.
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    Asked UCL and they said;
    "The Economics department here at UCL does not specify a preference
    between Further Maths and Economics."
 
 
 
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