I didn't do great at A-Levels. I started putting myself together at university, I have now finished the 2nd year at rather a low tier university (Essex).
Now I'm considering masters to help to boost my employability but I am unsure whether I can break to a good tier of masters; and if I can't, would it be beneficial to do masters at all?
Here is my situation:
1st year - 68%
2nd year - 79% (at least 70% in every module)
Is there a chance taking into account my university to get to do top tier MSc finance/economics course (i.e. Oxbridge, LSE, LBS, UCL Warwick, Imperial) ?
Many thanks for all advice
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- 31-07-2016 15:00
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- 01-08-2016 14:02
The uni doesn't matter. If you meet the entry requirements you'll be fine.
- 09-08-2016 01:46
With a 1st and a strong personal statement + some work experience you should be in a good position to apply to at least Warwick and UCL in my opinion.