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    I have been a professional rugby player for 3 years and I am looking to become an investment manager upon finishing university next year (i am in my second year). I have work experience with 2 resonably large asset management companies and I am on track to getting a 1:1. This summer I am thinking about taking the IMC exam, does anyone know whether this would make me more employable for a graduate scheme or is it best not to bother?
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    Certainly won't hurt, you may be asked to do it later down the line anyway. Would show commitment to the industry, though arguably your experience already does that.
 
 
 
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