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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    Are you in university? A first year undergrad?

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    Why so many questions man. You can figure out my backgrounds by reading around.

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    (Original post by RWiz)
    Alright! It's gonna be interesting to see the pool of applicants this year. I have no idea who I am up against or how fierce the competition is as I'm from outside the UK! It's the minority who is even aware of summer intern opportunities in my country.
    Which country is it?
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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    How can you apply twice? If your on a 4 year course?
    If you decide to do a master you get another shot
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    (Original post by LMAX)
    Which country is it?
    Denmark!
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Why so many questions man. You can figure out my backgrounds by reading around.

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    You're right i am asking too many questions. Im sorry i hope i haven't agitated you.

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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    You're right i am asking too many questions. Im sorry i hope i haven't agitated you.

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    Nah, it's alright, honestly!

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    (Original post by lizzygrant)
    Is it really worth it to 'diversify' all the way to back office if you don't want that? How much chance do I have if I choose my second choice as asset management (within Goldman)?
    don't choose second options at Goldman (except locations ofc), teams want someone committed to the end. I´d avoid BOs at all costs no matter what, you may as well work in a back office at tesco
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    (Original post by gsbs2)
    don't choose second options at Goldman (except locations ofc), teams want someone committed to the end. I´d avoid BOs at all costs no matter what, you may as well work in a back office at tesco
    Did you go for NYC as well?


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    (Original post by gsbs2)
    don't choose second options at Goldman (except locations ofc), teams want someone committed to the end. I´d avoid BOs at all costs no matter what, you may as well work in a back office at tesco
    That was quite a peak remark.

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    In the same way students from europe apply to internships in London, can i apply to GS in London and NYC too?

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    That was quite a peak remark.

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    Nah it's actually true, finance division in tesco's might actually be more interesting


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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    In the same way students from europe apply to internships in London, can i apply to GS in London and NYC too?

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    NYC would be pretty much impossible from Europe mate. Asia Pacific, anywhere in Europe, the middle east and africa are all fair game however - granted you have the language skills.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    NYC would be pretty much impossible from Europe mate. Asia Pacific, anywhere in Europe, the middle east and africa are all fair game however - granted you have the language skills.

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    Easier to lateral over as a Senior Analyst or Associate. That's what I would like to do.
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    (Original post by dasu95)
    Did you go for NYC as well?


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    Madrid, cause I speak Spanish. NY has the greatest pool of talent available, not impossible, but harder than London
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    That was quite a peak remark.

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    the end is the same, and I doubt the job will be much different. I can't see how finance/internal audit at Goldman might be much different or more exciting from finance at Tesco Bank or M&S.

    And in terms of moving from a BO to a FO, as you already know, beeest of luck!
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    (Original post by gsbs2)
    the end is the same, and I doubt the job will be much different. I can't see how finance/internal audit at Goldman might be much different or more exciting from finance at Tesco Bank or M&S.

    And in terms of moving from a BO to a FO, as you already know, beeest of luck!
    You're not wrong tbf, there's not a whole lot of distinction between finance/internal audit teams across industries.

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Easier to lateral over as a Senior Analyst or Associate. That's what I would like to do.
    Yep, seen the same too. I would even say a later year Analyst and upwards (includes VPs, EDs, MDs etc).

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    Does anyone know which BB banks requires which tests? I know you have to do a numerical test almost everywhere (except GS and JPM), but some banks also wants you to submit a verbal and/or logical reasoning test. Would be so grateful if anyone had some insight to that.
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    (Original post by brian_sp12)
    Does anyone know which BB banks requires which tests? I know you have to do a numerical test almost everywhere (except GS and JPM), but some banks also wants you to submit a verbal and/or logical reasoning test. Would be so grateful if anyone had some insight to that.
    Add barclays to the no tests list

    Prep for all three types.

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    How important is networking given all the applications are done through an online system?
 
 
 
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