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What degree do I need to work in a company like pwc?

What are the chances of me being accepted with a joint honours in maths and biology (at Edinburgh)?

Also, would I need a postgraduate ting? Like a masters? A lot say stuff along the lines of "A first or good upper second-class honours degree (or country-related equivalent qualification level) in finance, accounting, economics, business, mathematics or another quantitative subject, such as engineering, physics or computing." so would a biology and maths degree qualify me for that?
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You can check on the PWC website - most of their grad schemes do not require any specific degree - they don't really look at university but tend to require a 2i. You wouldn't need a postgrad course - they provide all the training and formal study that you need.
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