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Old 05-10-2019, 01:12 PM
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1. Uol graduate first class honours
2. Pursue LSE post graduate
3. Currently working in a VC firm, drawing 100k p.a.

Moral of the story: It's not where you start. It's where you end. Study hard in uol and strive to be the best and you have a way out.
LSE post grad (or any UK/US/Canada post grad) is very very very expensive. Not everyone can go there. Acceptance rate is easy enough, but the real obstacle is $$$$.

Alternative is SMU (for finance) or local unis.

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1. Uol graduate first class honours
2. Pursue LSE post graduate
3. Currently working in a VC firm, drawing 100k p.a.

Moral of the story: It's not where you start. It's where you end. Study hard in uol and strive to be the best and you have a way out.
Which VC? I must've bumped into you before at events or drinks before as the industry is so small, but don't recall such profile. There are few VC firms that pays so well.

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1. Uol graduate first class honours
2. Pursue LSE post graduate
3. Currently working in a VC firm, drawing 100k p.a.

Moral of the story: It's not where you start. It's where you end. Study hard in uol and strive to be the best and you have a way out.
pls. every employer knows that SIM degree = poly diploma

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pls. every employer knows that SIM degree = poly diploma
Lol. It's true. But I just moved into sales and trading after spending 5 years in operations. No CFA, no MSc/MBA, only a UOL 2nd upper class degree.
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Lol. It's true. But I just moved into sales and trading after spending 5 years in operations. No CFA, no MSc/MBA, only a UOL 2nd upper class degree.
grats. so your uol degree lag others by 5 years LEL
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grats. so your uol degree lag others by 5 years LEL
Let me correct this for you. Lagging ppl who managed to get into s&t by 5 years. Now Google for basic statistics on how many ppl in sg are in s&t, defo not you. Lol. Once you have done that I'd advise you to avoid checking the salary structure coz it might make you more sore than you already are.
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2015 ‐ Graduated from UOL A&F
2016 - Small accounting firm , 4k +
2018 - Pwc , 6k +
2019 - BOA, 9k +

Bonus included in monthly.

A lot slower then the big shots here but then is a true story.

Those from NUS NTU SMU do have it easier .

Worked my ass off for the first few years like 60 hrs work week.
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2015 ‐ Graduated from UOL A&F
2016 - Small accounting firm , 4k +
2018 - Pwc , 6k +
2019 - BOA, 9k +

Bonus included in monthly.

A lot slower then the big shots here but then is a true story.

Those from NUS NTU SMU do have it easier .

Worked my ass off for the first few years like 60 hrs work week.
what a ****ing loser.
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2015 ‐ Graduated from UOL A&F
2016 - Small accounting firm , 4k +
2018 - Pwc , 6k +
2019 - BOA, 9k +

Bonus included in monthly.

A lot slower then the big shots here but then is a true story.

Those from NUS NTU SMU do have it easier .

Worked my ass off for the first few years like 60 hrs work week.
Lol. This is exaggeration. Please post your cpf statement of coz without name and nric.
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Lol. This is exaggeration. Please post your cpf statement of coz without name and nric.
big cannon fairy. Accounting 4 years 9k plus monthly. I will transfer him 5k cash via paynow if he proves with past 6 months cpf statements


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