As noted in the thread title, I am an Engineering graduate from a top Russell Group university (not Oxbridge/London universities) but I am now looking to make a career change across to finance, with a particular focus in the wealth management industry.
I graduated in summer 2015 and have been looking for ways to bolster my CV through work experience and professional qualifications. I recently considered the option to do a masters. The problem that I am currently coming up against is that I am finding anywhere reputable has a minimum requirement of 2.1 for a masters in a financial related subject. Could anyone advise me on what possible avenues I could take?
In an ideal world, I would be doing a masters at LSE.
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- 25-01-2016 17:03
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- 26-01-2016 11:43
You need to look for unis where you meet the entry requirements or where you can do other things such as work or courses to make your application competitive even with a 2.2.