Massively. Gave me a really good insight Rothschild's various business areas.
Not really applicable as we didn't do any actual work, but everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming.
As much as we needed, there were always people on hand to help at any time and we shadowed some analysts who were more than happy to answer any technical questions we had.
I do a non-finance related degree, so not too much. Although the presentation and interview skills will be useful for many other things.
It ran perfectly, was never bored or left without anything to do.
The fellow spring interns were very friendly as were the people we met who worked at the firm.
We were given presentation and interview skills sessions, which will definitely be useful in future interviews. The future opportunities at the firm and fast track process was very well explained, so it seemed like they viewed us as prospective employees.
We didn't do any actual work, but talking to people at all levels in the firm gave me an idea of what life would be like there.
The culture is one of the main selling points, and it was clear from the minute I started why that is so.
Confirmed my decision to want to follow this path.
Reimbursed travel expenses. Hotel for those who lived outside the M25.
Fantastic, got to spend a couple of hours with analysts and also were given opportunities to talk to Directors at the firm.
Good, there was a meet and greet event in the evening of the first day.
Didn't really find out about this, but the programme was short so there was a lot of other stuff to pack in. During the work shadowing you could talk to the analysts about anything so that would be the perfect time to find out.
100%. If you, like me, don't know too much about the industry then this really gives you a good insight, with presentations on all the different businesses and opportunities to talk to people at all levels in the firm.