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    seeing as i am due to begin the final year of my degree, this question may be just a bit too late, but here goes: just how useful is the international management (china) degree for a career in finance? it seems to fit the basic requirements for an entry into most graduate schemes but i would still love to hear from anybody who has graduated and moved into a career in finance.

    all help much appreciated

    I did this BSc and got onto the Grad Scheme at Lloyds Banking Group General Management Scheme. For reasons unrelated to the degree I chose to leave after the two years was over, but both myself and lots of other people on my year were able to secure roles upon graduation. My year was the first to graduate also (2012), so I imagine it's gotten better since then.
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