Is the PPE course(philosophy, politics and economics course) better at ANU or UNSW? (1 Viewer)

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Ironically, the humanities are more my strong suit than maths. I think I might focus on economics as there is a socio-element within it- in regards to macroeconomics. However, programming seems very interesting, but very tedious. I know people who program, and one guy who is 18, and already has greys starting to show up. He chose programming and computer-science at USYD. We call him old man lol.
Economics has a lot of maths as well - but it tends to be "oh here's the formula without explanation".
 

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Economics has a lot of maths as well - but it tends to be "oh here's the formula without explanation".
That is ok with me, they usually have a directive within its application, so I would know why I would be using that certain formula. For example, z scores or what ever to find out thee spread of whatever is going on financially, or residual standard deviation. That is fine.
 
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Unless you're talking about Canberra being boring I don't see how living there is a downside especially considering that this person wants to go to the UK. Clearly travel isn't a concern for her.
 

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Unless you're talking about Canberra being boring I don't see how living there is a downside especially considering that this person wants to go to the UK. Clearly travel isn't a concern for her.
I am trying to move as far away as possible, from where I currently live. So yes, travel isn't a concern for me.
 

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