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Old 11-08-2020, 10:13 AM
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Iím just a poly graduate from TP A&F and currently serving NS. I didnít do well during poly which I regretted because all I did was play and play. Nevertheless, it doesnít matter anymore because whatís done, done. We can only look forward and make decisions thatís best for the future by learning from the past.

So I came to this forum to get a rough gauge of the salary that I can expect to get as a UOL-SIM graduate. There are some valuable information out here but half of them are just a joke. People bashing one another over the prospects and starting salary of their degrees. Iíll expect local uni students to be more educated and virtuous but it seems that itís not the case uh. Bunch of trollers. Why are you even on this thread? Isnít it clearly SIM UOL FRESH GRAD STARTING PAY?

You will probably flame me by saying ďyou havenít even graduate or done anything useful in your life so just stfu.Ē Yeah flame me all you want. I can deal with it.
Why get so affected by the trolls? Some of them are probably not even local uni students or grads (you think they got the time to cyberbully us? Lol) Feel like many of those who talk **** abt private uni are edmw bbfa or unemployed 60 y.o. uncle type. Chill lah brother.

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Old 11-08-2020, 11:34 AM
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Not all SIM grads are useless or bad like so many people make out to be. I was from SIM-UOL, got into a big 4, left after my 1st senior year & now in the private sector drawing $5.2K/month. Might not be much compared to FO in banks/tech but we all start somewhere & have our own path. Just work hard, communicate well & network. All the best everyone, be it private or local uni grad. Don't hate, just love. Life is too short too hate & bash each other. There's more to life.
True. I went a different path wanting to get into public service after graduation. My first job in private sector was just $2000. Went for few interviews but they only want to match my pay. Went into GLC with experience but was paid lower than fresh grad salary. After few years, left for private sector which has given me a pay bump.

I won't say that I am very successful, but I believe most SIM-UOL grads will do better with more experience in the private sector.

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Old 11-08-2020, 02:32 PM
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Honestly most impt is ur hard work and diligence, and a bit of aptitude
Whether ur work is good, can produce result.
No diff between public uni or pte uni


From a public uni alumni

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Why get so affected by the trolls? Some of them are probably not even local uni students or grads (you think they got the time to cyberbully us? Lol) Feel like many of those who talk **** abt private uni are edmw bbfa or unemployed 60 y.o. uncle type. Chill lah brother.
Second this. Local / private uni graduates are most likely out there working their butts of or sourcing for jobs during this pandemic. The trollers here are most likely the old birds who were retrenched or have their spot in the company taken over by the younger fresh graduates.

At the end of the day, regardless of which uni you're from, make full use of the opportunity given to you. I'm from a local uni myself but but I have colleagues from private uni (not insurance sorry) who are performing way better than their local uni counterparts. All the best!
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Old 12-08-2020, 04:12 PM
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SIM-UOL CIS

2012 - $36k
2020 - $120k

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Honestly most impt is ur hard work and diligence, and a bit of aptitude
Whether ur work is good, can produce result.
No diff between public uni or pte uni


From a public uni alumni
Agree. Am From local uni, from what I see, companies will rather take UOL fch over local uni second lower.

The disadvantage can be overcome.
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Old 15-08-2020, 04:24 AM
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Agree. Am From local uni, from what I see, companies will rather take UOL fch over local uni second lower.

The disadvantage can be overcome.
That depends.

Iím from a bulge bracket (non IB), initial gatekeeping and sieving of applicants is degree-blind as the ATS will shortlist individuals solely based on psychometric tests.

The HR screen is the stage where ďprestigeĒ is scrutinized. NUS BBA and other quant-heavy courses (like Engineering/Mathematics) awarded by local unis will always be higher up in the pecking order regardless of the honors classification. However fret not cuz at this juncture, youíll still be invited for superday unless you suay-suay the max count for the AC is limited.

Final hiring decision afterwards is based on your performance.

Btw, there people from SIM-UOL in my dept. Jia you guys.
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That depends.

Iím from a bulge bracket (non IB), initial gatekeeping and sieving of applicants is degree-blind as the ATS will shortlist individuals solely based on psychometric tests.

The HR screen is the stage where ďprestigeĒ is scrutinized. NUS BBA and other quant-heavy courses (like Engineering/Mathematics) awarded by local unis will always be higher up in the pecking order regardless of the honors classification. However fret not cuz at this juncture, youíll still be invited for superday unless you suay-suay the max count for the AC is limited.

Final hiring decision afterwards is based on your performance.

Btw, there people from SIM-UOL in my dept. Jia you guys.
Hi, thanks for your perspective.

I'm very interested in entering the banking sector (non-IB), currently a final year student at one of your mentioned courses. May I contact you for some advice?
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Can I get some real opinions?

Seems that this is pretty much an echo chamber now..
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