2021 Step In, Step Up: Foundations In Finance (London)
- Step In, Step Up – Foundations In Finance is Morgan Stanley’s development Program aimed at identifying undiscovered talent and kick starting the careers of Year 13 students and supporting social mobility. We’re looking for diverse and underrepresented voices from less privileged backgrounds who are keen to learn about our industry and release their potential. Applicants don’t need any experience, just a passion and eagerness to learn about the world of Finance.
- Through a 4 day program of workshops, students will gain insights into a number of different areas, including Technology, Investment Banking, Global Capital Markets and Sales, Trading & Research. Students will have the opportunity to delve into our culture and quiz employees through mentoring, networking, technical and professional skills training and panel sessions.
- Participants will have the opportunity to be considered for a place on the 2022 Institutional Securities Spring Insight program or the 2022 Technology Spring Insight program. Those who join a Spring Insight program will also have the opportunity to be considered for an internship the following year and a Future Generation Scholarship.
This program will run from 31st August 2021 to 3rd September 2021.
Please pay particular attention to the eligibility criteria below:
Students applying for Foundations in Finance must meet the following criteria:
- Be a Year 13 student and starting an undergraduate course at a UK university in Autumn of 2021
- Have a university offer to start an undergraduate course at a UK university in Autumn of 2021. On your CV, please list your confirmed university offers and each of your GCSE grades or equivalents.
- Have always attended, a state-funded, non-fee-paying school/college
And fulfil one of the below criteria:
- Have been in receipt of Free School Meals
- Have received household income support
- Have experienced time in local authority care
- Have or have had refugee status
- Have dependents or caring responsibilities
- Any other indicators of socio-economic or personal disadvantage or a combination of these attributes, as identified within the contextual recruitment application form