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Applying to the City Firms from a non-russel group?

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    Does anyone know whether, if you have good a-levels (ABB+), will applying to the City firms from a non-russel group uni put you at a large disadvantage or not??


    It won't put you at a large disadvantage but you might have to seek oppurtunities out a bit more yourself as firms may not visit the campus for events during the milkround season or for the law fair. However being proactive and going about securing open days, work experience and applying will stand you in great stead and provided you make good applications, you shouldn't be barred from interviews solely because of your uni
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