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Goldman Sachs Spring Internship Programme - The Africa Initiative

INTRODUCTION

Goldman Sachs Spring Internship Program - The Africa Initiative 

This program is for undergraduate students studying in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. If studying at a Ghanaian or Nigerian university, you must currently be in the first year of a three year course or the second year  of a four year course. If studying at a South African university, you  must be in the second year of a three year course or the third year of a 
four year course. 

Program attendees will be flown to London in April 2007 to spend up to 10 days in Goldman Sachs offices, gaining an insight into Goldman Sachs businesses and culture. 

The program features seminars, divisional rotations, interesting assignments and a range of social events. 

Through this experience, the candidate will gain invaluable insight into the workings of an international investment bank. You will further develop your communication, team work and commercial skills and enhance the qualities sought by employers around the globe. 

High-potential participants will be invited back to the firm the following year for an 8-10 week fully-funded internship in June/July 2008 (with the opportunity to receive a full-time Analyst offer for 2009). 


There is a two-step application process - both stages must be competed for 
consideration: 

Step 1: 
Apply online and upload you CV and cover letter. Select 
Internship, New Analyst or New Associate Applicants. 

Step 2: 
Click this link and register by clicking the button at the bottom of the page which will take you to a page where you will answer two essays:
1. What are your key strengths? (300 words)
2. Why should you be selected for this program? (300 words) 

The application deadline is 31 January 2007.

Please note that you must be studying at a university in South Africa, 
Ghana or Nigeria to apply to participate in this initiative. 

About Goldman Sachs 
Goldman Sachs is a global investment banking, securities and investment management firm. We provide a wide range of services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial investors, governments, non-profit organisations and high net worth individuals. In doing so, we bring together people, capital and ideas to make things happen for our clients. 

 

This Information service is provided by Jidaw.com using materials from Goldman Sachs Website

 

 

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Dec 197, 2006

 

Temi J.from Abuja, Nigeria. says:

 

 

Thanks for the clarity. But a lot depends on leadership and investmg by government. Thanks.  

 

 


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