Hey. I was just wondering realistically if I had any chance of getting into investment banking.
A-levels AAB (Maths, Economics and History respectively)
In my final year and will graduate with a 2:1 from Birmingham.
If the answer is no not a chance then fine. If the answer is possibly but with further qualifications or experience (e.g masters or internship) then what would you guys recommend. Thanks in advance.
My housemate got 4As at A level and is on course for a 1st in mathematics and every single investment banking application he made was rejected although he did drop out a imperial before coming to Birmingham so I'm guessing that was a big factor or is it the fact that he, like myself is not at the top tier of universities.
Is it still possible to get an internship at this time. I thought the deadline for most had past?
Would getting on a masters course and then applying for an internship to start after the masters make much of a difference?
just exploring careers really, how useful is a natsci cam degree - what sort of roles could I aim for?
Natural science, if I'm not mistaken?
How would a Economics degree at Durham do?
Would I need a post grad?