One of my professor (with 1-2 of his PhD students) is developing, on behalf of another institution (an art investment consulting firm), a valuation model to price coins (bid-ask, not traditional methods) and a financial index that should represent the coins market.
Few days ago, he asked if any student was interested to join the team for about 3 months (feb-april, so no problem if I eventually manage to get a summer internship offer) and help them in the development phase and then in the marketing phase (market research, pitches, etc..).
It would actually be something similar to an internship: I would receive a small salary and I wouldn't be able to attend all lectures.
This would be quite useful if I eventually decide to do a PhD (at least for the quite important reference), but what about the "private" sector? Would this be seen as an interesting experience by banks (particularly sales/structuring or AM/WM)? Or is it not worth the "lost" lectures?
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- Thread Starter
- 28-01-2010 17:07
- 28-01-2010 17:16
any relevant expereince > lectures, just make sure you pass the exams.