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  1. International Students- How to shine during internship interviews!

    My Background In the fall of 2011 I decided to attend College in the U.S., and in the process leave my home in Scandinavia. I began my college career at a community college with no idea of what I wanted to do in the future, but, that I wanted to major in ...

    - Mar 10 2014 - 2:17pm - 24 comments

  2. International Students (2) – How to get an OPT for summer internships!

    As I mentioned in my previous post I’m an international student who is currently a junior majoring in economics, and working two internships in finance during this semester. However, like many of my peers, I’ve had to prepare for the dreaded OPT (Optional ...

    - Mar 17 2014 - 5:12am - 19 comments

  3. International Students (3)- Learn More About The H-1B Visa

    For many of us international students here in the U.S., the most dreaded time of our professional career arrives as we are about to graduate with an undergraduate degree, more specifically in finding a company what is willing to offer us H-1B sponsorship; ...

    - Apr 1 2014 - 1:28pm - 16 comments

  4. How hard is it to get into IBD as an international?

    Hey everyone! How hard is it to get into IBD as an international student? Is it extremely hard like some fields such as medicine, or is it more forgiving and accepting such as law? Are companies generally willing to sponsor visas for international ...

    - Aug 8 2014 - 10:14pm - 10 comments

  5. IB Compensation outisde of the US

    Hey everyone, I had the chance to talk to one of the exchange students at my university from Australia. He worked as a Summer Analyst at Citi in Sydney and the topic of compensation came up out of curiosity. After telling him that typically analysts in ...

    - Sep 6 2014 - 12:43pm - 6 comments

  6. 5 Tools for Language Mastery

    It’s fairly often enough that questions pop up asking about language learning. Usually the questions ask how useful it is to study a language, and which language one should study. If you go about it with the goal of fluency, then it is definitely useful, ...

    - Feb 12 2013 - 7:45pm - 13 comments

  7. Malaysia vs. New Zealand International Rotation

    I have an opportunity to do an international rotation during my summer internship for 4 weeks. It's for a big4 TS. My choices are Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Wellington, New Zealand. Any advice on which would be more beneficial for my future career? ...

    - Mar 19 2014 - 7:51pm - 9 comments

  8. Guidelines for International Students Seeking Internships

    There is a lot of information regarding international students pursuing internships and careers in the US. This post is designed to overview some key points which can help the reader know what to expect, gain some understanding of how to legally intern in ...

    - Mar 24 2014 - 2:24pm - 4 comments

  9. Starting Out in an International Office- Part 2

    Hi guys: this post is a continuation on my earlier post on starting out in an international office, which was posted here. After covering the first two points last week, today I will write about 3) exposure/opportunities, and 4) personal compatibility. ...

    - Apr 21 2014 - 5:00pm - 3 comments

  10. International Students and Internships

    Hi fellow monkeys, I'm an international student who'd like to share his success story. To fellow international students: Even though there might seem to be a huge invisible wall preventing you from securing a summer internship here in the US, do ...

    - Apr 12 2014 - 1:26pm - 5 comments

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