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What university should you go to for the highest paid career in finance?

Oxford may have a reputation for churning out future prime ministers but people with a mind for finance are better off studying at Cambridge. 

The average pay for analysts and associates, which usually covers the first five years of a career in banking, is 62,000 in the UK and Ireland, according to salary benchmarking company Emolument.com.

 However, Cambridge graduates can expect to earn almost 50pc more than that, with a salary and bonus of 91,000.

 

This article was published in The Telegraph, 4th December 2015

 

What university should you go to for the highest paid career in finance?, published in The Telegraph, 4th December 2015

 

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