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GTO Intern Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Deutsche Bank.
I applied through campus recruiting, and was interviewed on campus. It was a 2 on 1 stress interview. One interviewer talked a lot more than the other. It was mostly behavioral - I was asked to elaborate on my resume. Focused a lot on your future career path and how you hope to grow from the program.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Deutsche Bank (New York, NY) in April 2011.
* Initial meeting was on campus as part of job fair. Some minor technical questions but mostly a get-to-know you. Was a bit intense just because of the small interview rooms and the number of people waiting, but fine.
* Second interview at DB's Wall St. office. Heard from non-NYC people that the second meeting with video-chat on campus and/or in-person meeting with rep off campus. Two interviewers - one was a technical lead, the other more management. Explain past projects, relevant work experience, what you bring to the table, etc. Obviously a professional interview, but not as intense as you'd expect.
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None. Summer internship and then offered permanent position. Declined that, but only because of pressing financial need. Would have accepted in different circumstances.