Bloomberg to Host the Bloomberg Aptitude Test on Campus

Still looking for a summer internship or graduate job? Bloomberg is coming to campus on Friday, February 7, 2014 from noon – 2 pm in Siegel Hall 237.

Bloomberg will be hosting the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) free of charge on campus this term. The test is a tool designed to help you uncover your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to a career in business or finance with the option of showcasing your abilities to more than 20,000 potential employers.

All questions on the BAT evaluate aptitude rather than knowledge. This means you do not have to have a background in Finance in order to do well on the test.

More than 130,000 students have taken the BAT at more than 1,500 universities around the world and in the past few months more than 30,000 students have been contacted by employers to discuss job opportunities. Employers using the Talent Search are seeking a wide range of skill sets and experience for a variety of roles, including roles in Consultancy, Accounting, Insurance, Compliance, Research and Development, Investment Banking, Sales, HR, Trading, Marketing, Analytics and Global Data. In addition to providing access to traditional entry level schemes, the BAT also provides students an exclusive avenue to be recruited by Hedge Funds and small boutique financial firms that are normally very difficult to engage.

Don’t miss your opportunity to be contacted for interesting career opportunities from great employers worldwide.

If you can’t make it to campus for the free registration, you can still register for $69 to take the BAT from home. You will be supervised via webcam.

Contact Anthony Thurston with any questions.