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    I am a non-EU Cambridge offer-holder and the fee estimated that I will have to pay annually is about 30 000 pounds ( and very likely to rise yearly). That's why I want to know my chance of getting into the Citi after graduating to ensure that this is actually a good investment.

    Thanks for help.
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    I am a non-EU Cambridge offer-holder and the fee estimated that I will have to pay annually is about 30 000 pounds ( and very likely to rise yearly). That's why I want to know my chance of getting into the Citi after graduating to ensure that this is actually a good investment.

    Thanks for help.
    This is a ridiculous question because you're assuming that it's down to your university as to whether or not you get into the City or not when this is not the case. It's down to you.

    So, no one can give you an answer. It depends if you do everything banks will expect from you.

    Will Cambridge position you well? Certainly, you can definitely make it in, you're better placed than most. But if you don't take advantage of it then you won't make it in.

    In essence, yes you can, easier than most but it's down to you. It's not easy for anyone.

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    If you want a job in IB it is far better to study ancient history at Durham for example
 
 
 
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