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How many degrees can u take in university? Is it only one?

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Eilidh CrawfordFriendly Tutor and undergraduate at University of Glasgow17.5k students helped

Usually most people would do one at a time. For example: someone does a physics degree then comes back and does geography. You can do a joint honours. Eg: maths and physics I’ve known some older people who have many degrees as some people love to learn.

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Akmal RafiqSeasoned tutor and undergraduate at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)17.5k students helped

You can usually only take one at a time. You will be too occupied with a single degree to mange doing a 2nd one simultaneously. However, once you have completed one degree, you can do another. Usually people will do a usually 3 years Bachelors Degree, after which they may choose to do a 1 year Masters degree (Or if they want to change fields, just end up doing another Bachelors).

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