We are delighted to announce that 10 Croydon College students, studying either Business or IT, have successfully gained work placements on the ‘Investments 20/20 Work Experience Programme’ taking place from Monday 17 to Friday 21 February.

The 5-day programme presents learners with an opportunity to be educated by experts on areas such as Investment Management, Assessment Centres and Psychometric Tests, Telephone and Video Interviews, Professional Interviews, and Fintech during various group sessions. They will also gain work experience at a top business, which could include Jupiter Asset Management, Cambridge Associates, Triple Point and Architas. Students are then given the chance to apply for a full-time role at their allocated work placement company.

On the last day, students will celebrate their achievements during the programme at their very own graduation ceremony which will be attended by family and friends.

We wish everyone involved the best of luck and we hope you have a fantastic time!

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