Students thinking about a future in business or finance will have the chance to test their career skills and aptitude later this month.
The University will host the Bloomberg Assessment Test on Saturday, Jan. 26, providing the opportunity for students in all majors to connect with firms with full-time internship opportunities.
The Bloomberg Institute has a relationship with more than 20,000 companies worldwide that actively use test score data to fill internships.
The goal of the test is to match student strengths with employer needs so being an expert in all 11 sections of the test, isn’t necessary. The test covers economics, analytical reasoning, math, investment management and verbal skills.
All test scores are entered in the Bloomberg Institute’s Talent Search, which employers use to scout prospective interns. Results remain anonymous and test takers maintain control over which employers see their scores.
The test is free to all undergraduate and graduate students. It runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.