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Hey I was wondering whether anybody knows the career path (from degree onwards) to becoming a quantative analyst.

I will be studying Computer Science at university (probably UCL or Imperial, not too sure yet). Is there a good chance of me going into this sort of high-earning career?
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Sure, you may need to do post grad course to he a quant.

Generally the trend is more and more investment banks are becoming tech companies with the pressure to reduce management charges on funds
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Hope that helps
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Hope that helps
Thanks so much! Where did you get this screenshot from, may I ask?
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I searched up Quantitative Analyst qualifications on Google and clicked on the first website that popped up.
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