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Fidelity internship application process

Fidelity is a private international company which offers investment solutions and retirement expertise to institutions, individuals and their advisers around the world.

Fidelity brings together savings and pensions expertise with world-class investment choices – both their own and those of others – to help their clients build better futures for themselves and generations to come.

Fidelity International Ltd offers
summer internship programs open to penultimate-year university students, targeted at first-year undergraduates (or second-year students if studying a four-year course).

Through a series of workshops and interactive sessions which aim to provide an insight into Asset Management as an industry. The Fidelity summer internship program helps you to decide if it’s right for you.

Fidelity currently has the following internship opportunities available;

  • Equity Research Internship program which is a 10-week program, you’ll research individual stocks and present your findings to a panel of senior investors. If you show promise and improvement over the course of the summer, you could be offered a place in their graduate program.
  • Fixed Income internship program where you will learn how the Fixed Income team manages debt securities in a range of funds covering investment grade, high yield, emerging market debt, hybrids and money market.
  • Multi-asset internship program, over the course of a 10-week program, you’ll learn how different asset classes behave, research and decide on the best markets and funds to invest.

    Fidelity internship application process

    • You first apply online, Fidelity initial online application form is a quick and easy process designed to take as little time as possible, so you can get on to the immersive testing and interview stages – where you can really show who you are. You will need to provide an up-to-date CV and if you are currently on a Tier 4 student visa, this means you have the right to work in the UK
    • The second phase is Fidelity online testing which uses a fun neuroscience-based test to help you show off your best traits. When you submit your application form you will be automatically invited to complete our online assessment within 5 days (please check your spam/junk mail folder for the invite).
    • If you’re successful at the online stage, you will be invited to do a 30-minute video interview within 5 days (please check your spam/junk mail folder for the invite). You’ll be asked to answer 4-5 strengths-based questions and have 30 seconds to read the question, and up to a minute to give your answer. If you feel you will need extra time to record your interview, please email Fidelity at [email protected] to discuss this before launching your video interview.

    You’ll be given a practice question before you start so you have time to get used to the format. There isn’t a wrong or right answer, this is a chance for you to show us how you approach answering questions about your strengths and interests.

    • The next stage of the application process is either a face-to-face or Zoom interview, depending on your location. The questions you’ll be asked are a combination of motivational and strengths-based questions and give Fidelity a chance to understand what you enjoy and what areas of the role fuel your enthusiasm. It’s best not to over-prepare for these as we want you to be yourself and feel relaxed. Remember to think about specific examples of when you’ve demonstrated your strengths so that the team can get a clear view of who you are as a person.
    • The follow-up phase is the assessment, during the assessment, you will be involved in a mix of technical and motivational interviews, a numerical test or group task, and a technical case study exercise. The day is also a great chance for you to meet different members of the team at Fidelity and ask any questions you have about the business – this day is as much about you making sure Fidelity is the right place for you as us assessing your strengths.
    • If you stand out at the assessment centre, you’ll be offered a place in the program. You can also be assigned a current graduate as a buddy to help with your decision-making. Plus, they’ll continue to be on hand to support you throughout your early career at Fidelity.

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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