I'm studying... I am a final year student in Economics and finance in Manchester University
I'm interested in... I am interested in applying to finance/economics and finance faculties in Cambridge. I wonder what are my chances if any of you have experience. My GPA is 82 for first and second year, I have two internships- one of them being EY in Edinburgh. As for extracurricular activities, I have been student representative in university, event manager in one of societies, member of community of peer support committee, and pass leader for econometrics(facilitating the previous year students). I don't have GMAT or GRE, I would like to know whether do you think it is necessary. I am considering to apply scholarship as well, do you know whether it is too difficult to get with my results? Also, if you have any sample personal statements, it would be great to share, to look at the structure. Thanks in advance!
My study level is... University undergraduate
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