long time lurker here. I'd like to have some advice on how important the content of your master is for S&T.
In particular, I'd like to know if, having a BSc in Physics, the LSE MSc in Accounting and Finance, eventually choosing the most quantitative modules available, could give me a realistic chance to break into S&T in London.
I know that it is more suitable for Investment Banking, but I'd still like to know whether I would stand a chance for derivatives trading or structuring (which would be my dream position) with a quantitative Bsc + this particular master, tailored with the most quantitative electives like Derivatives, Time series, Econometrics, Risk management. I have no finance WE
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