Sunday, January 1, 2017

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific Summer Analyst Internship

Official Site
Organizer: The Goldman Sachs Group

Official Program Objective: "A Goldman Sachs internship gives you a unique opportunity to learn about the finance industry by working side by side with the experts. Our interns don’t learn by watching, they learn by getting involved in real projects."

Program Eligibility: "While your discipline or major are not important, we do look for people with an outstanding record of academic achievement and an interest in the financial markets."

Number of Participants: Unknown.

Program Duration: Unknown

Cost: Unknown. Presumably a stipend will be given.

Admission Difficulty: Presumably competitive.

Repeat Participants? Unknown.

Application Deadline: January 1, 2012.

The Low-Down: This is the Asian summer analyst program for Goldman Sachs, the multinational investment banking firm. It is now past the deadline to apply for 2012 - hopefully I'll be able to provide timely details for 2013.

4 comments:

Kamal Rimal said...



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Nepal: 5-Day Kathmandu and Nagarkot Tour

Explore Nepal’s cultural and natural heritage on a 5-day tour that takes you on city tour of Kathmandu and to Nagarkot for some of the most spectacular Himalayan views imaginable. You’ll visit World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.


Next on the itinerary is a drive to Nagarkot. At an altitude of 1,950 meters, it is an excellent spot for views of snowy mountain peaks and spectacular sunsets and sunrises. In the morning, when the sky is clear, you can enjoy views of the Himalayas including Lantang, Everest, Amadablam, and Kanchenjunga.

Day 4:Sightseeing Tour in Bhaktapur
After breakfast, you’ll head out on a drive from Nagarkot to Bhaktipur. Bhaktapur city is also a World Heritage Site, and is the third major town in the valley. The main points of interest in Bhaktapur are the lion gate and the golden gate. The lion gate dates to the late 17th century and is guarded on either side by huge statues of lions, with stone images of gods standing alongside. The golden gate is said to be the most beautiful and richly molded specimen of its kind in the world.

Day 5: End of Tour
Departure from the Kathmandu airport.
What's Included?
• 3-star accommodation in Kathmandu (on a twin-sharing, B&B basis)
• English-speaking tour guide
• Private land transport
What's Not Included:
• Entrance fees etc
Good to Know:
Please note the following:

• dates and times to be confirmed after booking
• breakfast starts at 07:00, with hotel departure for sightseeing at 09:00
• standard category hotels provided in Kathmand and Nagarkot
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