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For real though, what have they actually got you doing? When I was interning in the Treausry the apprentices didn't seem to do much outside chartmaking, writing briefs on new stats releases and doing ad-hoc tasks like readouts of meetings/webinars. I would've thought the lack of adv macro methods and econometric training makes it tough to get apprentices to do more than the general tasks I mentioned?
Hi I am doing maths,further mats and chemistry and want to make career in finance /mainly in investrment banking. would apprentichip would be the good route or instead i should do degree courses/ Please suggest and how and when i can apply for apprentichip?
They hire university degree students as interns and graduates (subject studied doesn't matter) but they have minimum A-Level requirements of ABB and going to a top university gives you a strong advantage. A large proportion of people who make up the graduate cohorts in investment banking departments at IB's have done at least one internship at an investment bank prior to joining as a graduate