How can a tier-2 MBA college student get an analyst job at Goldman Sachs ?

I am an engineering graduate from Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal with 6.47 GPA. I have a workex of 15 months, as Assistant Systems Engineer, with TCS.

17 days ago

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Apurv Adarsh
Current Student | Fore School Of Management
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By working hard a few years and switching obviously

16 days ago


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Nikita Tayal
Current Student | Indian Institute Of Foreign Trade Delhi

Hey

You need to have a really good profile got GS. I would suggest you to contact people working in GS on LinkedIn and tell them of your desire of working with the company. You should keep a look out for all Job postings by GS. Meanwhile you can work on your profile by doing certifications like CFA

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pratibha goenka
Current Student | MDI Gurgaon

For now, I would recommend you to work hard for CAT and aim for a tier-1 college. Because if you study in a tier-2 ollege, then also you will have chance to get into Goldman Sachs. However, the roles often differ for most companies and it takes time to rise up the ranks. While preparing for CAT, also work on your profile. Here are some recommendations -

https://insideiim.com/comprehensive-list-resources-tips-to-build-profile

Hope it helps!

15 days ago


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