Bloomberg Institute is partnering with University of Groningen to offer the Bloomberg Assessment Test (BAT) FREE of charge for students on campus. By taking the BAT you gain insight into your strengths and weaknesses as relative to a career in finance while at the same time showcasing your abilities to a wide range of financial employers.
After taking the BAT your profile will be entered into the Bloomberg Institute Talent Search , a tool that employers are using to find top new talent for financial employment opportunities. To get your profile into the Talent Search go to www.takethebat.com and register for the upcoming BAT test session tomorrow, Friday 2th of March at 1:30pm:
There are still seats available, so sign up today!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to:
* Promote yourself to employers worldwide
* Get contacted for full-time and internship opportunities
* Gain valuable feedback as relative to a career in finance
* Join the growing network of BAT test takers
The BAT is open to all students and recent graduates interested in pursuing a career in finance and no preparation is necessary, so sign up today!
For more information about the BAT visit the Bloomberg Institute page at https://www.bloomberg.com/company/announcements/bloomberg-aptitude-test-opens-doors-for-young-professionals/ and watch student testimonials at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KcnLK6CEhc
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