did you not read the thread, or are you trying to be funny?
the discussion is about graduate entry trader trainee schemes
they don’t require (or expect) any trading history at all
unless it’s changed a lot over the last few years, i think this is right, but having a first in your B.Sc.(Econ.) will definitely be miles better than a II(1)
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I would probably still need a masters from for instance… LSE?[/quote]
Imperial far, far better than LSE, if they have anything suitable, i think
generally less important, but anything demonstrating high-level numeracy? statistics? computing?
these things do go in cycles, a bit - prospects might even improve to some extent, by the time you’re applying?