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    Hi,
    If I were to study law at a top university (Oxford, UCL etc) would I still have the option to go into investment banking? Or do you have to do a numerical based degree?
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    They'll take chemistry grads I'm pretty sure they'll take a law grad.

    They just want to see that you are smart, think quick on your feet, socially sane and learn fast.
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    (Original post by Okorange)
    They'll take chemistry grads I'm pretty sure they'll take a law grad.

    They just want to see that you are smart, think quick on your feet, socially sane and learn fast.
    what about a 1st in psychology? has a fair amount of stats and research methods
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    (Original post by hotsaucee)
    what about a 1st in psychology? has a fair amount of stats and research methods
    I think it'll work as well. What they are looking for is that you spend your summers doing something corporate/investment banking related and that you go to a top school and get great grades.
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    (Original post by Okorange)
    I think it'll work as well. What they are looking for is that you spend your summers doing something corporate/investment banking related and that you go to a top school and get great grades.
    this might sound really stupid but do you have to really good at maths or is the basics enough
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    (Original post by hotsaucee)
    this might sound really stupid but do you have to really good at maths or is the basics enough
    The basics is enough.
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    (Original post by Okorange)
    The basics is enough.
    thanks
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    At those institutions you can practically do anything and get an interview, given you can pass the basic screening tests.
 
 
 
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