Land economy covers an incredibly wide range of topics across multiple academic disciplines. This diversity makes it fascinating to study, offers flexibility to specialise or maintain a wide coverage and enables development of a great number of skills including solving quantitative problems, analysing legal cases and statutes, interpreting economic models, and writing reports.
This range of skills means it acts as a stepping stone into many different careers. For example, I'm going to be an actuary and much of what I've learnt in my finance papers will be of great help in my actuarial exams. Equally, I have friends who will work in consulting, law, real estate, and many other areas. The course is very well organised, with lectures taught by people who are really interested and knowledgeable in their subject areas and supervisions offering great opportunities to discuss ideas and ask questions in small groups.