These are the top 15 European universities if you want a high-paying job in finance

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    Studying finance isn't a bad idea if you want to earn more money than your school friends at an early age.

    The question is where should you go to do it?

    Earlier this year, Emolument, the salary benchmarking site, compiled a list of the 15 European universities whose finance students earn the most when they get out into the real world of work.

    The survey was based on the salaries of 700 finance workers in London who graduated after 2011, and excludes people with MBAs.

    Business schools in Paris and London dominate the rankings, with six institutions in London, and seven in Paris making the list.

    If you want to hit the world of work sooner, you might want to pick a UK university where the courses are generally three years long, rather than the five you have to do in France.

    15. London School of Economics, UK — Average finance graduate salary: £47,000 ($71,000)

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    14. Birkbeck College, UK — Average finance graduate salary: £47,000 ($71,000)

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    13. Universite Paris Dauphine, France — Average finance graduate salary: £49,000 ($74,000)

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    See the rest of the story at Business Insider


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