The Next Generation of Finance Talent
Broad Experiential Learning
Top InnovationA comprehensive curriculum from trading strategies and asset management to risk management and FinTech with the flexibility to specialize in cutting-edge industry areas such as environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) investing, algorithmic trading, and FinTech innovations.
Tools & TrainingData-driven STEM curriculum, exploring financial markets through analytics and insights gaining expertise in Bloomberg, FactSet, Refinitiv, Python, R Studio, and Power BI.
Finance LabAn immersive trading floor setting where students experience the pace of global markets, trading products in real-time and test out the models learned in the classroom using state-of-the-art tools, real-time market data, and trading platforms.
Fridays “On the Job”Experiential learning each Friday in the Finance Lab, where students mirror the position of a Wall Street analyst as they work through four divisions of an international bank or fund, engage with industry practitioners, and complete client projects.
Talent At Work
Unlimited Career Opportunities
- Corporate Finance
- Corporate Ventures
- Structured Finance
- Investment Banking
- Private Equity/Real Estate
- Advisory Services/Consulting
- Credit Lending/Modeling
Recruit Finance Students
Post a JobYou can quickly, effectively, and affordably attract some of the brightest emerging leaders in business today by posting open positions to our current students & alumni on our Goizueta Opportunities (GO) portal, powered by 12twenty.
Request a Résumé BookYou can access all the résumés in Goizueta’s database to find exactly the set of skills, strengths, and expertise you need.
Engage With Our StudentsHost a company presentation or interviews through our office. The Graduate Career Management Center also coordinates signature recruiting events throughout the year. Schedule a call with our Employer Relations team to discuss ways to tailor a recruiting strategy for your company's hiring needs.
STEM Optional Practical Training (OPT)
Up to 36 months OPT for F-1 Students
Furthering Diversity in Finance
We ask employers to inform students of their status within two weeks of receiving the application bundle. We also ask that companies inform students of their status within two weeks of their interview. Please allow reasonable time to schedule follow-up interviews. Please also communicate the status of each applicant and next steps to your account manager from the Graduate Career Management Center.
An official job offer should be in written form and contain the position title, salary, start date, and work location. Note: We advise employers to demonstrate flexibility and a willingness to allow students adequate time to make a sound and informed decision; students respond better to these interactions than ones in which they feel pressured.
If you are required to revoke a job offer that a student has accepted because of changing conditions within the company, the student is entitled to a fair and equitable course of action including immediate notification to both the student and the Graduate CMC Employer Relations team.
Students are urged to immediately release offers they do not plan to accept. Reneging on an offer is a serious violation of Goizueta Business School policy and will result in immediate revocation of all Graduate CMC privileges, including alumni career services for five years after graduation.
Please inform the Career Management Center of all employment offers extended to students. We strive to maintain accurate statistics regarding student job offers, acceptances and salary but can only do that if we’re kept in the loop. Your company employment records are kept strictly confidential and used only for statistical purposes.