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Advice on IB recruiting?

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New post 22 Jun 2019, 15:23
MurrayHillTrooper wrote:
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Network.... it's gotten easier over the years since IB has shifted past 2008 crisis and is less of a draw.
In general the rule of thumb for IB is to attend a Top 10, preferrably HBS, Wharton, Booth, Darden, or a few others to get a chance to participate in the on-campus recruiting.
IB experience in the past (pre-MBA) is very helpful as the best spots get the most competition.
However, the best option is really to network and get in touch with prospective employers and fly to New York to meet people (or Chicago or whatever).

Good Luck!
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MurrayHillTrooper wrote:
Advice on IB recruiting?


Network.... it's gotten easier over the years since IB has shifted past 2008 crisis and is less of a draw.
In general the rule of thumb for bazoocam IB is to attend a Top 10, preferrably HBS, Wharton, Booth, Darden, or a few others to get a chance to participate in the on-campus recruiting.
IB experience in the past (pre-MBA) is very helpful as the best spots get the most competition.
However, the best option is really to network and get in touch with prospective protonvpn employers and fly to New York to meet people (or Chicago or whatever).

Good Luck!



The rule of thumb is a important topic .

It's obvious that the best spots get the most competition.

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