Does the idea of sticking with one subject for three years sound too constraining? Maybe you have a range of interests and you’d like to keep following them, to see where they lead. If you’re the kind of student who wants that bit more flexibility and choice, here is a great opportunity to design your own degree. You choose three major subjects. You study in three departments. And you graduate with combined honours. At Sheffield, you can choose from a long list of subjects in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities – including English, music, languages, history, philosophy and sociology. The full list is on our website. You don’t have to choose your subjects when you apply – you can do that when you register, with advice and guidance from our academics. We also offer a number of two-subject degrees with Social Sciences subject. Look at our list of Dual Honours programmes. You may be asking yourself: but how do employers view this kind of degree? It’s worth bearing in mind that this way of studying is actually quite common in universities around the world so companies that operate internationally are used to meeting graduates with a wider academic background. Managing three subjects at once shows mental agility and organisational skills.