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    Im going to uni this year and I have seen a lot of people recommending starting early with internships and such for going into banking. I am not that mathematical and I am definitely better with political study or social studies in general as well as languages. I am going to be studying International Relations ANYONE EXPERIENCED IN INVESTMENT BANKING OR SOMETHING RELATED I would hugely appreciate your input

    1. Are there well paid positions in banks that don't necessarily require a high degree of mathematical literacy?

    2. Would it be better pursuing FCO Civil service job ?

    3. General tips for getting into a banking job

    Any input or advice from those with experience would be hugely appreciated!


    Many thanks!
 
 
 
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