Oxford, Investment banking and Law, is this too much?

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Currently have an offer from Durham which I'm planning to firm (after being rejected by Cambridge) due to poorer performance at GCSE, albeit because of extenuating circumstances.

I'm predicted A*A*A* and plan on attempting to do three things. Applying for internships at investment banks, vacation schemes at law firms, and also apply for a masters at Oxford. I do not want to do them simultaneously (obviously) but Id be lucky to be accepted for any of these, so I wanted to give myself as many chances as possible.

Would it be a smart career move to do a masters at Oxford, providing I get accepted of course. Will banks and law firms value this degree much more than my undergrad from Durham? opinions will be greatly appreciated.
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