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    Does anyone know if final year students are offered IB jobs in the US?
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    with a degree from the UK? nope. There is a small chance but the majority of recruiting and interviews there are done on campus and students are then invited for superdays is they do well.

    moving to there after starting a job is possible but it depends on whether they need you or not.
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    US economy in the ****ter.
    Extremely difficult to explain to the authorities there why an UK excel monkey is better than an US excel monkey.
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    (Original post by Spurious)
    US economy in the ****ter.
    Extremely difficult to explain to the authorities there why an UK excel monkey is better than an US excel monkey.
    US economy doing better than the UK one atm..
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    (Original post by Spurious)
    US economy in the ****ter.
    Extremely difficult to explain to the authorities there why an UK excel monkey is better than an US excel monkey.
    This made me lol
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    (Original post by wachno)
    Does anyone know if final year students are offered IB jobs in the US?
    Even with an Oxbridge or LSE 1st your chances at a job straight out of uni if you don't have US citizenship or a green card is nil.

    However, I do know someone from China who has a high 2:1 from Manchester that went to US on a post-degree exchange program, he did an internship with Goldman Sachs while on his exchange... after the exchange Goldman Sachs gave him a job on the basis that they were grooming him for a China managerial position.

    I would say the case of my friend is an exception rather than the norm.
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    (Original post by wachno)
    Does anyone know if final year students are offered IB jobs in the US?
    Well sir, what university do you go to? IB is very competitive and do you have any relevant work experience?
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    All the brits that I heard of that have jobs waiting for them on wall street went to u.s. unis (not ivy).
 
 
 
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