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Do you need to be studying Accounting/Economics or Finance at university to get a job in banking?

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Do you need to be studying Accounting/Economics or Finance at university to get a job in banking?

Front-end banking jobs offer..

🤩 High job satisfaction

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So many of the students I speak to believe that unless they studied finance at uni, they stand no chance of breaking into banking.

That is categorically not true as a significant proportion of students who take our longer courses have no prior experience in banking.

Many if these students went on to work for prestigious names such a as Goldman Sachs, UBS, JP Morgan, Fidelity and many more.

Getting a job in banking is about ticking 6 boxes..

✅ Decent A-levels

✅ Quant/Math skills

✅ Strong Communication

✅ Past internships in banking

✅ Technical knowledge of banking

✅ Commercial Awareness

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Candidates who take our courses are able to fill in four of the six boxes above - which most students struggle with.

I have seen students from top universities give up on their dream of breaking into banking because they were not able to handle technical/commercial awareness questions in the interview.

It's not their fault, it's just that most students don't realize how much preparation is involved to get a job in banking.

That's exactly why we have a 90% success rate on our 8-week course.

In fact many students who do end up taking finance do not get a job in banking as they soon realise that the theory they picked up at University is far from the practice in the real world.


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The course is free for students who want to attend the course and get a participation certificate.

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❌ Please note that the course is for students based in Europe and North America only.

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Roma Padun
Roma Padun
11 de out. de 2023

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