by Sarah Butcher
Which university degrees will get you a job in banking? The answers might surprise you.
You want to work for McKinsey & Co, Bain & Co or Boston Consulting Group. Which one is best?
So you want to work in an investment bank? But which one offers the best training program?
Which big US bank will work you the least, pay you the most and be best in the area you want to work in?
Didn't get a place on a bank's graduate programme? It's not over yet.
So you thought trading jobs in investment banks are now mindlessly easy? Think again.
Structuring is one of the more arcane jobs in banking. It's also one of the most interesting. A senior structurer at Deutsche explains why it's a good career.
Want an electronic trading job? Do you know what Smart Order Routing is? No? Bad luck.
Do you want to work for Barclays' Investment Bank? What kinds of people does it really hire onto its graduate programme?
You want to work in a high pressure, high reward banking job. Are you best suited to markets or to the investment banking division (IBD)?