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    Hello all,

    I am an Engineering Undergrad studying in Canada with an 80% overall average. What are my chances of getting into the Financial Risk Management MSc for my grad study?

    My top concern right now is the lack of relevant undergrad courses since I have not had the chance to take a lot of statistics or econ courses.
    Also, I'm wondering if my average is good enough for this program?
    I've had several internships at different engineering firms, but I'm skeptical that it will influence my application since it is not within a relevant field.

    If UCL will not be a possible option for me, is there any recommendation to which universities I should be considering? Any advice is appreciated since I'm trying to transition from engineering into finance and not currently living in the UK.
 
 
 
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