iBanking internship help for newly transfered student.

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I recently transferred up to a top school. Only thin is that i'm coming in as a second semester sophomore, so my graduation date is fall 2012. My question is can I apply to sophomore programs such as Goldman's diversity program, and the UBS conference? And on my resume should I put down expected graduation as Fall 2012 or Spring 2013? I have heard that banks hate Fall graduates, but I am thinking that there might be an advantage to graduating in fall, because you can spend January - March studying to ace the GMAT. What is the recruiting process like for Fall graduates ?

(I have searched this forum already but could not find a clear explanation)

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Jun 29, 2010

put spring 2013..i transfered from a school and i am taking 5 years total in college, i suggest you do the same. take 12 credits a semester, get a 4.0 every semester, intern during the spring/fall, join a club or organization, take leadership positions, get involved on campus/your community, volunteer, go out to parties and meet people, network with alumni, go to informational sessions, have a good time. Their is no reason why you cannot have fun in college and get into banking or w/e you want to do.

Jun 29, 2010

Why do banks hate fall graduates?

Jun 29, 2010

2 friends of mine were fall graduates (transfers) and one is @ Goldman and the other @ CS, IBD and S&T respectively.

Jun 30, 2010
Jerome Marrow:

2 friends of mine were fall graduates (transfers) and one is @ Goldman and the other @ CS, IBD and S&T respectively.

I know it can be done, I was just trying to explore my options as to what would work best. I know that my school has quite a few guys at Goldman, JP morgan, Nomura and Barclays

Jun 30, 2010
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