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Old 27-12-2015, 03:09 PM
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That is your SIMian logic.

Anyway the advice is simply not to go SIM and waste your parents' money.

Go to more reputable universities.

And if you cannot make it, go for those skillsfuture earn and learn schemes.

There are many ways to upskill yourself outside of SIM.

For those who already got a SIM cert, too bad. It is already done.
How naive of you to assume I am from SIM, anyway it's irrelevant

So you think there are more opportunities outside the world of private degrees? Well please elaborate further to bolster your view. Give us at least 3 examples which can put private students on a higher ladder than they are now.

For those who already got a SIM cert, too bad. It is already done.[/QUOTE]

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Yeah too bad for you competition is too high, so your presence here is to discourage people and limit your competition. Why so much insecurity?

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Old 27-12-2015, 09:18 PM
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Probably. Thanks for telling us that SMU is all fluff and no substance as per the stereotype, Mr GP maestro.
And you define substance not by content but the number of grammatical errors and sophistication of English used? Who is the one valuing presentation over substance? :-)

The last time I checked, the 10th percentile A lvl grades of my course grants immediate entry into over 80% of local uni courses. If my course mates and I have to compete with even less academically inclined students on exams, you can be assured that most of us will be at the right end of the bell curve. :-)

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How naive of you to assume I am from SIM, anyway it's irrelevant

So you think there are more opportunities outside the world of private degrees? Well please elaborate further to bolster your view. Give us at least 3 examples which can put private students on a higher ladder than they are now.

For those who already got a SIM cert, too bad. It is already done.
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Yeah too bad for you competition is too high, so your presence here is to discourage people and limit your competition. Why so much insecurity?[/QUOTE]

Stop living under a rock and go listen to PM Lee lah.

I am sure his examples would satisfy you.

But it is difficult to say because of SIMian logic. Or their other primate cousins.

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Yeah too bad for you competition is too high, so your presence here is to discourage people and limit your competition. Why so much insecurity?
Stop living under a rock and go listen to PM Lee lah.

I am sure his examples would satisfy you.

But it is difficult to say because of SIMian logic. Or their other primate cousins.[/QUOTE]

Why don't you quote whatever he said over here so we can debate.Since you're jobless all day refreshing the page, it shouldn't be a problem for you.

So much hatred against primates you have which reflect in your posts. Do you feel like beating them? Why don't you become a primate yourself as the saying goes "if you can't beat them, then join them"
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I would be graduating from SIM-UOL soon; am in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Banking and Finance degree programme.
The job market seems quite quiet at the moment; would like to know how much salary i should expect for my first job.
I am interested to work in the finance industry; only got temp and part-time experiences.
I would most probably be graduating with a Second Upper class honours.

Thanks Seniors
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Old 17-01-2016, 05:22 PM
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Can expect low to mid 2k for your profile.
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I would be graduating from SIM-UOL soon; am in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Banking and Finance degree programme.
The job market seems quite quiet at the moment; would like to know how much salary i should expect for my first job.
I am interested to work in the finance industry; only got temp and part-time experiences.
I would most probably be graduating with a Second Upper class honours.

Thanks Seniors
2.2-2.5. This year looks really bad though.
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I know this is a sim uol thread. It doesn't matter what honours you get, im getting the same pay at uol first class. My degree was from Australia w/o honours.
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2.2-2.5. This year looks really bad though.
That is if your interview skills are ****. Go to citco, fresh grad all come in at 3k basic. 95% sim students in there. Easy to get in hard to stay in
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That is if your interview skills are ****. Go to citco, fresh grad all come in at 3k basic. 95% sim students in there. Easy to get in hard to stay in
I wouldn't touch citco with a 10-ft pole. Some of us want something more prestigious.
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