Are you the Mathematics, Economics and Finance Undergraduate of the Year?
Open to penultimate and final-year undergraduates studying maths, economics, finance or business degrees
A summer internship at Gazprom Marketing & Trading’s global HQ in London plus a week’s placement in their Singapore office.
What are the entry criteria?
We're searching the best universities in the UK to find the outstanding maths, economics and finance undergraduate. We're looking for a winning mix of personal skills, career motivation and an excellent academic record. The rewards are great: the winner will be awarded a paid summer internship at Gazprom Marketing & Trading’s global HQ in London plus a week’s placement in their Singapore office.
The winner will collect the award at a gala event in Canary Wharf, London on 25 April, 2014.
Even if you don’t win, you still stand a chance of making the final shortlist of ten, all of whom will be royally looked after by Gazprom Marketing & Trading and invited to the Undergraduate of the Year Awards as their guests.
So if you are a penultimate or final-year undergraduate studying maths, economics, finance or business...
And you have a minimum of 320 UCAS points or equivalent and are expecting at least a 2.1…
And you have the right to work in the UK...
And you think you're the best mathematics, economics and finance undergraduate in the UK, click the big button below.
Closing date for entries is 31 January 2014.
How do I win it then?
It’s not easy to win the Undergraduate of the Year Award and competition will be fierce. The process is demanding and only the truly outstanding and committed will make it to the last 10. There are three stages that you’ll have to get through.
Stage One: Register online to submit your personal data and answer three special questions posed by GM&T. Complete four online tests designed exclusively by our partners SHL, the world’s leading assessment provider. The online assessment will take you around two hours to complete (although you don’t have to complete it in one visit) and 40 candidates will pass through to the next stage. The closing date for entry is 31 January 2014.
Stage Two: The best matched candidates (according to the results of the online tests and answers to the questions) will be invited to attend an assessment centre at GM&T’s global HQ in London.
Stage Three: The final shortlist of ten is invited to the Undergraduate of the Year Awards in Canary Wharf London on 25 April, 2014 where the winner will be announced.
Last year's winner: Joshua Brown
Joshua is from Edinburgh and lived in France from the age of 11 to 18. He spent his third year at the University of Melbourne, and was an ambassador for his university’s study abroad programme.
Joshua interned as a Fixed Income Trading Assistant for 3 months with Morgan Stanley. He has been involved with Freshsight, a student-run organisation which offers business consultancy services to charities. He is a singer-songwriter, having released 4 CDs, and enjoys most sports.