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Childhood Studies at Sunderland-->Banking?

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    Is this possible?
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    Yea. Anything is possible. It's not likely though.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    Is this possible?
    You might want to look into Equities in Dallas
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    Childhood studies and then into banking?!
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    (Original post by WHITKA)
    You might want to look into Equities in Dallas
    What about OJ trading?

    (Original post by yothi5)
    Childhood studies and then into banking?!
    Yeah, I am considering doing this degree after I complete my LLB as I am really passionate about the academic side of Childhood studies.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    What about OJ trading?



    Yeah, I am considering doing this degree after I complete my LLB as I am really passionate about the academic side of Childhood studies.
    Right...and where is your passion for banking? Surely it makes more sense to stick to Childhood studies research rather than equity research.

    If you want to go into banking, I suggest you apply before you do any childhood studies degrees. Childhood studies+sunderland will not bode well on a CV.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    Is this possible?
    ahahhhahahahaaha

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    (Original post by yothi5)
    Right...and where is your passion for banking? Surely it makes more sense to stick to Childhood studies research rather than equity research.

    If you want to go into banking, I suggest you apply before you do any childhood studies degrees. Childhood studies+sunderland will not bode well on a CV.
    Yeah.........He is joking...........
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    But why would you want to do this?
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    Troll.
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    (Original post by yothi5)
    Right...and where is your passion for banking? Surely it makes more sense to stick to Childhood studies research rather than equity research.

    If you want to go into banking, I suggest you apply before you do any childhood studies degrees. Childhood studies+sunderland will not bode well on a CV.
    I don't think anyone here has a true passion for 'banking.' But, the reason I want to do banking is so I can make enough money to one day open up by own school for children--where I will be able to apply my childhood studies degree.
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    (Original post by Regent)
    Troll.
    Not a troll. Sorry I am not some Warwick gunner.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    I don't think anyone here has a true passion for 'banking.' But, the reason I want to do banking is so I can make enough money to one day open up by own school for children--where I will be able to apply my childhood studies degree.
    Fair enough.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    I don't think anyone here has a true passion for 'banking.' But, the reason I want to do banking is so I can make enough money to one day open up by own school for children--where I will be able to apply my childhood studies degree.
    Nice dream but, if you're serious, wait until you nearly have enough money, then do your degree part-time, quit banking and then open your school. You have no chance of making it if you do the degree now, even if you get hired you will be a laughing stock.

    There are a lot of other ways of making money to open a school though, and tbh I fear banking culture will corrupt your pure intentions (if you're serious). Can't see someone going from abusing expenses to zero perks and wiping some kids snot off a bespoke suit.
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    (Original post by jb_keep_walking)
    Not a troll. Sorry I am not some Warwick gunner.
    What is a warwick gunner?

    An Arsenal player who lives in Warwick???
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    I can't beleive peeople are actually this stupid and gullible.
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    Haha, you have no chance. You should have studied a real subject like sociology .

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