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Hello,
I want to know If It's possible to do an Msc in Finance after a law degree. I have a french law degree in business law, and I want to complete my study by a Msc in Finance in a UK university but I don't know If It's possible especially that I didn't had mathematics, statistics courses since High School.
Do you know some Msc in finance who can accept students with less quantitative profile, and who focused more on less quantitative courses. I want to work after that as compliance officer or to work in M&A, private equity or investment banking.

Thank you very much for any advices
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Hello,
I want to know If It's possible to do an Msc in Finance after a law degree. I have a french law degree in business law, and I want to complete my study by a Msc in Finance in a UK university but I don't know If It's possible especially that I didn't had mathematics, statistics courses since High School.
Do you know some Msc in finance who can accept students with less quantitative profile, and who focused more on less quantitative courses. I want to work after that as compliance officer or to work in M&A, private equity or investment banking.

Thank you very much for any advices
The only way I can think of doing it is through research.
You have to find the course and then look at the entrance requirements.

Perhaps you would be better off with a part law part finance degree if one exists?
https://digital.ucas.com/search/resu...r=ProviderAtoZ
PreviouslyAppliedFilters=QM_0_Ma sters+degrees__&AcademicYearId=2 019&ClearingOptOut=False&vacancy-rb=rba&filters=Destination_Under graduate&UcasTariffPointsMin=0&U casTariffPointsMax=144%2B&Provid erText=&SubjectText=&filters=Qua lificationMapped_Masters+degrees &DistanceFromPostcode=1mi&Region DistancePostcode=&CurrentView=Pr ovider

Use this search engine to id degrees. There were relatively few masters in finance and they all seemed to be specialist. You might get ones on corporate finance law or banking and that might cover a wider range of areas.
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I found 2 masters that accept students with no finance/economics background :
- London institute of banking and finance
- Kingston university
- Birkbeck
- Royal holloway
- Aberdeen university
But I don't know If these masters are well regarded or not. I want to work as analyst in investment banking and I don't know If a master of one of these two universities can help to achieve my goal.
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