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I'm an european graduate with a 2:2 bachelor in economics,very close to 2:1, that for several reasons i didnt apply too much during my studies.Now i decided to try to pursue a career in repe/reib/development,i know i'm in the worst spot possible but i'm determined to try my best to get a chance.

I was thinking to apply for a master in finance at strathclyde/exeter/nottingham or real estate at oxford brookes/westminster to improve my grades so that the next year or the year after getting relevant work experience i can try to apply for the real estate masters in finance at cass or lse.

My main concern would be which master to choose to improve my chance of being admitted the next year,finance or real estate?
I know that lse is probably impossible for me but looking on linkedin i saw some people who took a master at westminster and other less known universities and the next year they got accepted in the real estate investment msc at cass.
Do you think that an msc at one of the universities i mentioned would be enough to get into one of those programs or not? What do you think would be my better move? I don't have any relevant work experience apart for some freelance work and with this covid situation i won't get any internship this summer.

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