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    I am aiming to be an investment banker (not sure which field), however, I don't know which degree could get me further towards my goal Geography at Southampton, Birmingham, Nottingham, York or Sussex. Or I could do Computer Science at Nottingham, Sussex or KCL (with a two lower type unis at backup/space fillers) I don't do maths hence the small choice range. Just wondering what would help me out in the long run. I enjoy both subjects equally and am predicted the grades to get me into any of the Unis mentioned above.
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    Also I am doing English Lit, Geography and Computer Science and maybe Economics and I'm finishing Year 12.
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    (Original post by Dvizex)
    I am aiming to be an investment banker (not sure which field), however, I don't know which degree could get me further towards my goal Geography at Southampton, Birmingham, Nottingham, York or Sussex. Or I could do Computer Science at Nottingham, Sussex or KCL (with a two lower type unis at backup/space fillers) I don't do maths hence the small choice range. Just wondering what would help me out in the long run. I enjoy both subjects equally and am predicted the grades to get me into any of the Unis mentioned above.
    Thanks

    Also I am doing English Lit, Geography and Computer Science and maybe Economics and I'm finishing Year 12.
    Any degree at a target or semi target

    So ideally Oxbridge, LSE, UCL, Warwick and Imperial (targets); Notts, Durham, Bristol, Bath, Cass Business School ('stronger' semi targets); KCL, Exeter, Manchester, Edinburgh and St Andrews (the last lot of the semi-targets).

    Being at a target will make life a lot easier but realistically you can break in from any of the above.

    In your case, Notts CS or Geog (whichever you prefer more) then KCL CS.


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    out of your aforementioned unis KCL and Notts would be the best bet.
 
 
 
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