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    Just wanted to know whether doing the Law and Business Studies degree at Warwick would be good enough for me to get into Investment Banking?

    Or should I do an Accounting and Finance degree at Reading University instead?
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    Definitely the Warwick course. Warwick gets far far more students into IB


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    Warwick, no doubt.

    Anything at Warwick tbh.
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    If you guys don't mind which ones would you go for:
    Industrial Economics L1N2 - Nottingham
    Economic history and Economics lSE
    UCL economics and business with eastern europen studies
    Finacial economics/economics and finance at City/Queen Mary
    Sheffield Economics

    or

    Chemistry with management, UCL, Warwick, Imperial(aspiring to)
    Chemistry with a year in america Sheffield and still thinking of another
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    (Original post by kamrul1234)
    If you guys don't mind which ones would you go for:
    Industrial Economics L1N2 - Nottingham
    Economic history and Economics lSE
    UCL economics and business with eastern europen studies
    Finacial economics/economics and finance at City/Queen Mary
    Sheffield Economics

    or

    Chemistry with management, UCL, Warwick, Imperial(aspiring to)
    Chemistry with a year in america Sheffield and still thinking of another
    Either of the two groups of courses would be fine

    But of the first group

    LSE> UCL> Notts>QM/City> Sheff

    Second group

    Imp>Warwick=UCL (not much of a difference between the three) >>>Sheff

    Overall, going to one of LSE, UCL, Warwick, or Imperial will put you in good stead provided you attended te recant events on campus and do things to boost your CV


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    (Original post by Aenigma)
    Either of the two groups of courses would be fine

    But of the first group

    LSE> UCL> Notts>QM/City> Sheff

    Second group

    Imp>Warwick=UCL (not much of a difference between the three) >>>Sheff

    Overall, going to one of LSE, UCL, Warwick, or Imperial will put you in good stead provided you attended te recant events on campus and do things to boost your CV


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    alright thanks, what if i were to get the lloyd scholars scheme with sheffield where would this put me (I.E. Internship at lloyds, voluntary work.....)?
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    (Original post by kamrul1234)
    alright thanks, what if i were to get the lloyd scholars scheme with sheffield where would this put me (I.E. Internship at lloyds, voluntary work.....)?
    University rank wouldn't change


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