Wall Street Prep partners with professors, career services offices and student organizations at top undergraduate and graduate academic institutions to provide students with real world, hands-on financial seminars and e-learning programs.Request Information Customer Reviews
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Wall Street Prep conducts on-campus financial modeling and finance interview prep boot camps at top undergraduate and MBA programs around the world. Over 50 business schools and universities including Wharton, Harvard, Oxford, INSEAD, London Business School, Tuck, Kellogg, Booth, MIT, and Cornell use Wall Street Prep to best prepare their students for careers in finance. Our boot camps are direct adaptations of the training we conduct at some of the biggest investment banks, private equity, and financial institutions around the world.
What to Expect
Our Boot Camps are Intense. We Pull No Punches.
Wall Street Prep boot camps are thorough and rigorous. Typically spanning 1 to 2 days, our seminars bridge the gap between academic training and on-the-job expectations. Students learn to build financial and valuation models using real case studies, employing the same tools and methodologies they would on the job. Upon course completion, students receive high-quality materials and access to resources that enable them to revisit concepts as they prepare for interviews, internships, and full-time positions.
As part of enrollment in Wall Street Prep boot camps, students receive access to the BoostPro Add-In for Excel. BoostPro is used widely across Wall Street, enabling analysts to customize shortcuts, become much more efficient in Excel.
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This seminar was very helpful, objective, and served as a great introduction to financial modeling. The material was very difficult, but it was well taught, and the instructors were very knowledgeable."
— Jin Kim,