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    So i'm finishing my final year of an economics undergraduate degree and would really like to pursue a career in asset management, however i've been finding it near impossible to actually get through the application stage of the few companies that offer graduate roles. As a result of this i've been looking at masters programs and i've thought about Manchester business school, Durham, Cass and Warwick, can anyone shed some light on what recruitment for AM would be like at Durham, Manchester or Cass? I can't really find anything about this on the internet.

    Side note: I'm currently managing my own portfolio and really enjoy investing, i'd be especially interested in joining a value investor in the UK.
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