So as it stands I'm a senior about to graduate in the spring. Despite making it to a fewinterviews I've ended up with no investment banking offers.
Do you think it would be worth it to stay in school an extra semester? This will give another shot to take part inrecruiting in the next few months as well as full time recruiting (if SA doesn't pan out) next fall. I figure with the experience I have thus far as well as the contacts that I've already generated I would have a better shot.
The way I see it, if I got an SA position the money made that summer will pay for the extra tuition cost.
I have only 2 concerns....
1) That it will reflect poorly to employers that I'm doing an extra semester
2) Somehow I won't be eligible to interview for SA and FT again since I have already (and just recently interviewed)
I have some offers in other fields like, corporate banking, and corporate finance rotation programs but none of them are banking and I just don't think I'd be happy settling.
Any advice would be much appreciated