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    How are you suppose to start applying for SW when they ask you for your cell phone number? I am yet to arrive in the UK hence has no UK number yet?
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    Also, for personal details when asked to provide info regarding your residency, country, street adress etc. I am not from the UK, should I write the campus adress or my "home" adress back home?
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    hey guys! anyone know which banks have opened up their applications?
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    (Original post by DecentSounds)
    hey guys! anyone know which banks have opened up their applications?
    GS, MS, JPM, CS, UBS, HSBC, DB, Nomura, BAML, Rothschild

    Still waiting on Citi, RBC, Blackrock, Fidelity, Unilever, Bloomberg and BP IST.

    Barc and Laz will be 1st Nov.


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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    GS, MS, JPM, CS, UBS, HSBC, DB, Nomura, BAML, Rothschild

    Still waiting on Citi, RBC, Blackrock, Fidelity, Unilever, Bloomberg and BP IST.

    Barc and Laz will be 1st Nov.


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    Unilever? Da***, that ain't a bank
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Unilever? Da***, that ain't a bank
    no crap bro, neither are blackrock, fidelity or bloomberg but guess what? they all have spring week programmes

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    Oh yeah, just gonna say that I won't be using this much over the next week to two weeks or so for freshers and all of that. So won't be able to answer anything/respond to PMs that much.

    To everyone starting uni etc, hope you guys have a blast

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    GS, MS, JPM, CS, UBS, HSBC, DB, Nomura, BAML, Rothschild

    Still waiting on Citi, RBC, Blackrock, Fidelity, Unilever, Bloomberg and BP IST.

    Barc and Laz will be 1st Nov.


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    Might sound very stupid but after looking extensively, I cannot for the life of me find the MS Spring week application
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    (Original post by Jker)
    Might sound very stupid but after looking extensively, I cannot for the life of me find the MS Spring week application
    https://morganstanley.tal.net/vx/lan...t-London/en-GB

    Never mind the fixed incone s&t tag, it is a generalist programme. Someone don' goofed when publishing the application.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    https://morganstanley.tal.net/vx/lan...t-London/en-GB

    Never mind the fixed incone s&t tag, it is a generalist programme. Someone don' goofed when publishing the application.

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    Thanks bud!
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    This has probably been answered a few times, but skimming through all the pages is tedious. for GS SW, does the resume need to include both the CV and covering letter, or strictly the CV?

    Cheers
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    Getting a couple of emails for Investment Banks visiting my University in mid-late October. They explain how they'll do some presentation about their firm and will offer some Alumni networking.

    Would it be worth applying to spring weeks after these internal insight programmes (late October) as I'll have contacts within the firm, or should I just apply early anyway?
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    (Original post by Sonnyjimisgod)
    Getting a couple of emails for Investment Banks visiting my University in mid-late October. They explain how they'll do some presentation about their firm and will offer some Alumni networking.

    Would it be worth applying to spring weeks after these internal insight programmes (late October) as I'll have contacts within the firm, or should I just apply early anyway?
    Late Oct is fine, not gonna pick up til then. But tbh, attending the session before or after applying won't make much of a difference.

    (Original post by glebp)
    This has probably been answered a few times, but skimming through all the pages is tedious. for GS SW, does the resume need to include both the CV and covering letter, or strictly the CV?

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    CV. There's a 300 word application question that is essentially a CL.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    no crap bro, neither are blackrock, fidelity or bloomberg but guess what? they all have spring week programmes

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    I meant more in the sense that it's not finance and I thought that's what the thread is for...

    But I get what you mean
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    I meant more in the sense that it's not finance and I thought that's what the thread is for...
    bruh, large companies have finance departments

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    bruh, large companies have finance departments

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    Ah I see
    Also, EY, KPMG, PWC, Deloitte do some sort of Spring week/insight thing that can lead to vacations schemes.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Oh yeah, just gonna say that I won't be using this much over the next week to two weeks or so for freshers and all of that. So won't be able to answer anything/respond to PMs that much.

    To everyone starting uni etc, hope you guys have a blast

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    Good luck ma boy Prince
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    bruh, large companies have finance departments

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    Isn't that basically accounting tho? Not banking or asset/investment management or trading
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    (Original post by biglad2k16)
    Isn't that basically accounting tho? Not banking or asset/investment management or trading
    smh, why are we arguing about the semantics of a finance dept spring week vs a banking one? lol

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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Ah I see
    Also, EY, KPMG, PWC, Deloitte do some sort of Spring week/insight thing that can lead to vacations schemes.
    yh, I've laid it all out in the second page of this thread.

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