Let me be honest: BB FO spring weeks with this profile won't happen. MO or FO at smaller firms like HSBC, RBS, Nomura, BNP is still a long shot, but perhaps they worth a try.
As it's been mentioned in the sticky thread pls read through some of the existing reviews on this section, make the edits and only then come back with the updated CV.
As I have already mentioned in the Chance Me thread regarding your chances of breaking in, the difference between your current uni and UCL/Warwick is pretty much everything.
Perhaps its naive for me to say, but surely investment banks should not judge a candidate by the university they attended, but for their experience and potential to work in the banking sector. Placing emphasis on Russell Group universities shouldn't be part of a recruiter's criteria, and they should embrace diversity. Just a thought.
The key isn't whether a bank prefers the target 6 or whether they prefer a particular degree choice.
It's all about aptitude (for a better word but you could insert smarts, intelligence, ability to learn/do well), simples. When 'Amazing BB' took Jeff, the Classics student from Cambridge, it wasn't because it was just Cambridge and his diverse degree alone. Jeff had to show a certain level of aptitude. People had to be convinced that he could be moulded into a...banker.
Similarly, Karl, a Classics student who studies at Bristol has to prove that aptitude, as well.
When GS took a guy from Surrey university a few years back, it wasn't because they were targeting Surrey and his degree. He just happened to tick the boxes.