Here's what every current European leader took their first degree in
Leo is unique...
BBC journalist Pádraig Belton shared an interesting map on Twitter this morning thats serves as a graphic representation of what all of Europe's leaders took their first degree in.
Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is the only one to have studied medicine, with law being by far the most common starter course for those who end up in power.
Emmanuel Macron is another strange one, being one of only two leaders to have studied philosophy at undergraduate level (the other being Georgian president Giorgi Margvelashvili).
The UK's current Prime Minister Theresa may also stands alone with a degree in geography, as does Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, who studied journalism (the same degree as Ireland's Minister for Health Simon Harris).
What current European leaders took their first degree in. pic.twitter.com/hqh61fQ2oy
— Pádraig Belton (@PadraigBelton) November 26, 2017
Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven has no degree at all, having begun his working life in the army before becoming a welder and a trade unionist.