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    I have signed an offer from UBS, but since I only received a email from my graduate recruiter about would I consider to start the program early. However, when I send him a email about some questions I have and there is no reply from him.

    I wonder is that normal? and what should I do? This makes me feel very insecure about the job offer, because I already rejected other offers from other Banks....
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    You have SIGNED a contract... probably he is only busy or maybe out of office... How long have you been waiting?
    Or maybe he does not work there anymore. It happend to me once... I think you should pick up the phone and try to call him.
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    (Original post by cruel3a)
    You have SIGNED a contract... probably he is only busy or maybe out of office... How long have you been waiting?
    I had sent a email a month ago but no reply (but after a week I tell him that I have solved the questions). Also two days ago I send a very short email(only a question about what position I will be assigned to), but up til now still no reply...

    I mean if he did reply me the email I sent a month ago that would makes me feel better... but I have never heart anything back from him

    Thanks, I think if I still get no help I will contact the other recruiter (from assessment center) and see how it goes
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    I think you should not worry. They maybe are following hundreds of interns and simply do not respond to certain type of email (ie.: asking your position, last year I was told mine 2 weeks before the start of the program).
    If you have signed the contract you could just relax :-)
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    (Original post by cruel3a)
    I think you should not worry. They maybe are following hundreds of interns and simply do not respond to certain type of email (ie.: asking your position, last year I was told mine 2 weeks before the start of the program).
    If you have signed the contract you could just relax :-)
    Thanks This makes me feel so much better
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    (Original post by franklee006)
    I have signed an offer from UBS, but since I only received a email from my graduate recruiter about would I consider to start the program early. However, when I send him a email about some questions I have and there is no reply from him.

    I wonder is that normal? and what should I do? This makes me feel very insecure about the job offer, because I already rejected other offers from other Banks....
    That is normal. Best way to get in touch with em is to ring em up. YOu'll probably get their mailbox pretty often, so try again some other time.
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    If you are emailing a personal email address there is always the possibility that he has left UBS.
 
 
 
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