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    Hi I am thinking about doing a chemistry degree, but I'm not sure what career to do in the future. I just want to know how difficult it is going into investment banking, accountancy or actuarial science after completing a chemistry degree. I'm enquiring because I just want to explore some options that don't involve research. Thanks!
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    Pretty easy if you do a 'Chemistry with' course and get a suitible placement. Or if you go to Oxbridge.

    many go into consultancy services, I went into IT.

    Its how good you are not the degree that matters for most jobs.
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    (Original post by Quady)
    Pretty easy if you do a 'Chemistry with' course and get a suitible placement. Or if you go to Oxbridge.

    many go into consultancy services, I went into IT.

    Its how good you are not the degree that matters for most jobs.
    which 'chemistry with' courses do you think would be beneficial?
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    which 'chemistry with' courses do you think would be beneficial?
    Depends what you want to do, business if you want a better chance of getting into the city.
 
 
 
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