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12 Dec 2012

  • Job Type: Insight
  • Profession: Investment Banking
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • Number of Positions: 1
  • Location: London
  • Salary: Competitive

Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm has more than 1,200 offices in 43 countries, serving clients worldwide including corporations, governments, institutions and individuals.

Our 1-week Spring Insight Programme is designed for those of you who have just embarked on your University course and wish to explore all the different areas at Morgan Stanley prior to qualifying for a summer internship the following year. The programme is a great opportunity for you to gain a thorough insight into our working environment and culture and explore the type of work you could be doing if you joined as an analyst after graduation. This is not a paid opportunity but all expenses, including travel and accommodation, are covered.

Placement and duration:

The week-long Spring Insight Programme will give you an overview of our Institutional Securities Group (ISG), including Investment Banking, Global Capital Markets (GCM), Sales & Trading, Research, Private Wealth Management (PWM), Real Estate Investing, and Investment Management. The Spring Insight Programme is held in London, beginning in late March or early April each year.

Training programme:

The Programme consists of a mix of lecture-based sessions, educational activities and case studies, as well as the opportunity to shadow on a variety of desks. Throughout the week, you will work on the skills necessary for a career in Institutional Securities, honing your communication, presentation, teamwork, and interview skills. You will meet and network with Morgan Stanley employees at all levels.


• You have a minimum 320 UCAS points in the United Kingdom and an equivalent standard for students from outside the U.K.

• You must be an undergraduate in your first year of a three-year degree course or your second year of a four year course and on target to graduate in 2015.

Application process:

Please apply online with a CV and cover letter. The selection process will consist of telephone interviews and a numerical reasoning test. Second and third round interviews, as well as an individual presentation, will take place at an Assessment Centre.

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