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I applied through college or university – interviewed at UBS (Stamford, CT) in March 2010.
This is for an internship and I didn't get it. Two people interviewed me together. Asked a lot of technical questions and logical questions. The environment is very relax. Both of them are very nice and willing to explain the position to me. I just didn't prepare well.
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at UBS (Singapore (Singapore)).
Two rounds of interview. Basic question about self and how this role will help u . Need to understand their processes and demonstrate that you can hit the ground running
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at UBS in February 2011.
assessed aptitude to products and services that I would be working with and a few experience based questions, then it was over.
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The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at UBS in January 2011.
First round - phone interview
Second round - on site interview
Since the program is a training program, the company doesn't require a lot of business knowledge background, they seem to be looking for at the ability of the candidate to work in a team setting and think outside the box to not only recognize company inefficiencies, but to find a solution to fix them. Also I feel like the more social candidates that seemed to fit in with the current employees were the ones that were preferenced.
There isn't really any room to negotiate.
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The process took a day – interviewed at UBS in October 2010.
I took a numerical aptitude test and then had a group interview with 2 interviewers. Be prepared to have creative answers to very random questions. They were very friendly interviewers so I felt very comfortable with them but was unfortunately not offered the job.
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