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    Hey y'all,

    My question will probably sound a bit silly but I was wondering if after completing a degree in Economics and Mathematics (joint honours), I'd be able to pursue with a Master in Finance? Is it common to do so? Does it seem doable to you? If not, do any of of you know if it possible to complete a master in Economics while specialising yourself in Finance? If still no, what can you possibly do after completing the degree formerly enunciated, in terms of master /PhD.

    Thanks in advent for your help, greetings from France, Pauline.
 
 
 
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