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    For all roles in investment banking/consultancy, are maths and physics graduates considered equally?

    I ask this as the mathematical nature of IB suggests that maths graduates would be favoured over physics graduates from the same university. I'm just looking for some insight from those experienced in how the field works as to if this is true or not.

    Thank you.

    Edit: Just read the sticky posts, really should have done so before posting... apologies!
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    S&T is the only division where Maths or Physics would have any difference in consideration compared to non mathsy degrees, and even then there's no reason either one would hold more weight than one another as the point is they're both mathsy degrees.
 
 
 
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