I'm a freshman at a top U.S. university, double majoring in Industrial Engineering and Finance. I already did 2 Investment Banking internships even before university, and now I am looking for my 3rd internship for the summer after my freshman year.
I am half Indonesian, half Saudi. I am fluent in Arabic, English, and bahasa Indonesia. Currently learning Spanish. I am a Saudi citizen (is that a negative thing at all?). I DO NOT mind not being paid.
What are my chances of landing a summer internship with Rothschild/J.P. Morgan/Deutsche Bank/Merril Lynch/UBS/Citigroup's Jakarta office? I am particularly interested in corporate finance and sales & trading, either division is interesting to me.
Thanks in advance
19 February 2013 13:55 #2
Internship enhance your abilities before Starting your professional life.And its a good thing that you have grip on different language its a positive edge for you to get promotion in different sectors.And its doesn't matter that you are Saudi citizen or Indonesian Manger don't concentrate much on your citizenship they only see you abilities to do a work.
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Every organization has its own limitations and rules for recruiting an intern. Your chances are very high to get an intern into this organization from what I have seen in the recruiting rules of the organization.