SCORING STUDENTS' CVs: How our evaluators rank your chances of getting a graduate job in an investment bank

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Following our call for students to send us their CVs (now rescinded - we've been deluged with them), our evaluators have looked through a dozen submissions and scored them according to the likelihood that their owners are in with a chance of achieving their chosen job in a bank, fund manager, or wealth management firm when they graduate.

We've made these CVs as anonymous as possible and have posted summarised versions below along with our evaluators' comments. If you're a student who wants to work in banking, this should give you an idea of the competition. If you're a banker or graduate recruiter who disagrees with our ranking please let us know by explaining why either at the bottom of this page or the bottom of the CV concerned.

Click on the links below to see the CV's and the assessor's comments. Whilst we'd like to think our scores are objective and will assure those at the top of the list a position upon graduation, needless to say we can't guarantee that this will be the case.

LSE student who wants to work in M&A. Score=85% 

Bath University student who wants to work in equity research. Score=83%

University of St. Andrew's student who wants an internship in sales or trading. Score=79%

UCL student who wants to work in M&A. Score=77%

Cass Business School student who wants to work in M&A. Score= 75%

Polytechnic of Milan student who wants to work in M&A or sales and trading. Score=73%

Lancaster University student who wants to work in FICC sales and trading. Score=72% 

Nottingham University student who wants to work in M&A or asset management. Score=69%

Newcastle University student who wants to work in asset or wealth management. Score=69%

Brunel University student who wants to work in trading or risk. Score=45% 

Moscow State University student who wants to work as an investment banking analyst. Score=40%

University of East London student who wants to work in investment banking or sales and trading. Score= 37%

 

 

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