A TECHNOLOGY EVENT FOR WOMEN
STUDYING STEM DEGREES INTERESTED
IN FINANCIAL INTERNSHIPS
A TECHNOLOGY EVENT FOR
WOMEN STUDYING STEM
DEGREES INTERESTED IN
If you’re a first or second year female student with ambitions of working in technology, then you should take a look at financial services. It’s relentlessly innovative. It moves rapidly. And it offers more opportunities than you may have expected.
CITYVIEW is your chance to discover more about this world, and what it’s really like to work in the City. It’s open to undergraduates from science, technology, engineering or mathematics subjects – particularly, but not exclusively, computer science, physics, chemistry or electrical engineering.
An internship or career in financial services is highly competitive and extremely challenging, so it is important that you have a strong academic background.
All attendees should:
CITYVIEW is all about introducing you to spring and summer internships in technology available within financial services. There’ll be presentations from graduates and senior managers from some of the world’s leading financial firms.
But don’t expect to just come and listen – the day will be interactive too, with discussions and networking sessions to get involved in. So you’ll be able to ask the questions that really matter to you.
CITYVIEW will take place on Thursday 18th October 2018 at Goldman Sachs offices in Central London. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.
If you’d like to attend on Thursday 18th October 2018, please fill out the application form below and attach your CV and a covering letter. Please check eligibility in the ‘Who should attend’ section of the website. Applicants need to be studying a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics based degree finishing in 2020 or 2021 and interested in technology internships within the banking industry.
Collecting and protecting your data
CityView is organised by our parent company Stafford Long & Partners. In the run up to the event, we’ll be collecting certain data about the people attending. Below is a brief outline of why we need that data and what we do with it when we have it.
There are also a few options for you to decide what data you share with us. If you feel comfortable doing so, we’d really appreciate it as it helps us focus our diversity effort to ensure we engage with under-represented groups and a wider pool of talent.
When you apply, your CV and covering letter will be viewed and stored by our Diversity Solutions team. Firstly, so we can see if CityView is the right event for you. And secondly, so we can let you know if your application has been successful.
If we offer you a place at the event and you agree to attend, we’ll need to share your CV, contact details and any dietary or accessibility requirements with the participating companies so they know who’s attending on the day. It’s also so they can let you know about future career opportunities that might be of interest. The participating firms are:
To help us understand how well we’re attracting different demographics of students, we may ask for more details about your ethnicity, sexual orientation and any disabilities you consider yourself to have.
If you’d rather not share this information, that’s absolutely fine. Simply tick the ‘prefer not to say’ box in the relevant sections. But rest assured, anything you do tell us will stored and processed anonymously, and won’t form part of your application.
We’d also love to keep you posted about other events that might be of interest. So make sure you tick the box that says you’re happy for us to stay in touch.