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Chances of MSc Finance watch

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    Hi everybody,

    A quick question for anybody out there who can help. I am currently at Manchester University studying Bsc in Chemistry (changed from MChem as do not want to do 4 years) and I predict I will obtain a solid first, hopefully around the 75% mark. I hope to pursue a career in banking, but I have only decided this recently and so I am looking into the possibility of studying a MSc in Finance somewhere respected and somewhere that will help improve my job prospects.

    I was wondering whether my degree and university would be suitable enough for universities such as LSE, Imperial and Warwick for this degree.

    If anybody is studying at these Universities in a MSc in Finance and could give any advice, then it would be much appreciated, as well as general opinions.

    I deeply regret not applying for the top Universities when I was applying for undergraduate degrees as I realise only now how competitive the market place is, and I only hope I haven't dented my chances too much with my place of study and chosen degree.

    Thanks in advance.

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