Benefits and Services

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Upon graduation, students automatically become a member of the IBIBS Alumni Society. Alumni is a Latin word, simply meaning “former students” or “graduates”. Alumni will receive quarterly newsletters which will keep them up to date with what their former classmates are doing, with career opportunities and industry news, and with upcoming IBIBS events. There is an Alumni page on the website, and being a member is a great way to stay in touch.

Personal development and networking events

Continuing after graduation IBIBS will deliver a range of professional development programs along with leading Associations in the Investment Banking sector. Graduates will benefit from a wide range of personal development modules and specialist transactional programs as part of our graduate competency framework.

Whilst valuing technical skills, IBIBS recognises that developing your personal skills is also important. You will have the opportunity to develop self-awareness, confidence and the strong interpersonal skills required to deliver consistently strong performance in this demanding environment. Your training will include workshops, seminars and online learning modules. 

You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in a series of cross-functional social and networking events. These will enable to you to further build your networks within the Bank and give you exposure to senior managers from around our diverse businesses.  

Ongoing development

After graduating from  IBIBS and taking up your full-time IBIBS Internship you will continue to access a wide range of development opportunities on the programme and benefit from on-the-job technical coaching.

IBIBS is committed to early and rapid development and you will be given as much responsibility as we feel you can handle, and the opportunity to develop as fast as your ambitions allow. Alongside this informal training you will continue to benefit from specialised business-specific development delivered by our experts via internal seminars – including global seminars delivered by IBIBS.

In addition, some business areas have their own channels for enhancing your knowledge and sharing best practice.

Development Centre

We view learning as an ongoing process – one that will continue well beyond your graduate programme. Our fully interactive Investment Banking Development Centre at the end of your programme will provide you with detailed feedback on your strengths and areas of development via a personal development plan that will support your career moving forwards. It will help you to place the right emphasis on key skills and behaviours as your career in Investment Banking progresses.

 

IBIBS Integrated Learning Model

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Graduation

Graduation

Attending your graduation ceremony can be one of the most exhilarating parts of earning your qualification. Graduation is a public acknowledgement of your achievement, and you will be surrounded and supported by fellow graduates, friends, family and the local community. Once you have completed your course and are eligible to graduate, the Graduations Office will send you an offer for a place in a ceremony.

Passing Course Requirements

How do I know if I have completed all the requirements for my degree, diploma or certificate?

Firstly, you can access your results on my.portal.

Secondly, an official Academic Transcript will be issued to you when you have completed your course, free of charge. 

Your academic transcript will give a Completion and Conferral Summary that outlines:

    The name of the degree attained,

    the completion date,

    the conferral date (if you graduated),

    any Majors

    Overall Honours grade if applicable

Until your faculty certifies the completion of your course, this information will not appear on your academic transcript in the completion and conferral summary.

Please follow the steps below if some of your results are missing:

Step 1 Wait until Monday 15 July (ie. the first working day after all results have been released) and check your results again.

Step 2 If results are still missing, check your University email account to see if you have a message from the academic department about the missing result.

Step 3 Contact the academic department about the missing result only after Steps 1 and 2 above have been completed.

Receiving your Results

Will I receive notice of my semester results in the mail?

IBIBS will publish results online. To obtain your recent results log into my.portal and click on the Student admin tab. 

Upon completion of your course you will receive a copy of your Academic Transcript, free of charge, in the mail.

You may also order and purchase an Academic Transcript (or other academic statement) online at the IBIBS website.

Accessing Results

How can I access my results?

A.  Current Students:

You can access your results via my.portal.  Click on the 'exams & results'. Finally click on 'View my recent results'. For currently enrolled students, you may request a Results Statement at any time via my.portal and you will receive this by email sent direct to your student email account.  Please note that a Results Statement is an unofficial record of results.  The official record of your results is an Academic Transcript.

For Semester 1, 2013 final results will be available from 5pm Friday 12 July.

Student Centre staff will be available to speak to you about your academic status from Monday 15 July.

An academic transcript is issued to you when you complete your course, at no charge.

B.  Past Students:

Academic statements including transcripts may be ordered online at any time at this IBIBS website.

Result Release Date

When will all of my results for my subjects be available?

Summer Semester

These is no set result release date for Summer Semester, January or February subjects, due to the varying natures of the timetables of these subjects.  If you have not yet received your results and you have not been awarded special assessment (as a result of, for example, Special Consideration), please contact your Subject Coordinator or your Student Centre.

Results for non-Semester One or Two subjects are usually released two weeks after assessment.

The contact details for your Subject Coordinator can be found on the subject page of the Handbook.

Semester One, 2014

All results will normally be published by 5pm on the 12th of July (unless you have been awarded Special Assessment). Some results may become available prior to this date on a subject-by-subject basis but will not be considered final until the evening of the12th.

Missing Results

Some of my results are missing.  What should I do?

In most cases all of your Semester 1 2014 results will have been available from close of business (COB) Friday 12 July via my.portal. Before this date, some of your results may have been missing because results are released progressively.

Step 1:  Wait until Monday 15 July.

Step 2:  If results are still missing, check your University email account to see if you have a message from the academic department about the missing result.

Step 3:  Contact the academic department about the missing result if you have received no email contact.

 

IBIBS Internships

Are you looking for a career advantage?

If you are up to the challenge and love pushing yourself to the edge of your comfort zone, then you will fit right into the Investment Banking Institute intern program. The program gives students a competitive edge in their career over inexperienced graduates.

Get paid while you learn!

After completing the IBIBS Bachelor of Investment Banking you will be given the opportunity to gain practical industry experience with a paid internship. You will gain skills and experience as well as build industry networks to help you start and secure your career in Investment Banking.

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Our Analyst Internship Program provides you with a meaningful introduction to Deutsche Bank. It could also serve as your introduction to a thriving and lasting career.

 

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PwC has exciting programs available to students from different years of university and a variety of degree backgrounds. These include our Vacation Program, Preview Program, Technology Academy and Trainee Program.

 

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Within every industry, market and enterprise, there are opportunities to be discovered. Opportunities to deepen, broaden access to capital and increase cash flow.

 

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You can access all areas at Westpac Group, and build your career with some of Australia’s best loved financial services brands including, Westpac, BankSA, St.George, Bank of Melbourne and BT. 

 

Macquarie’s summer internship program is an exciting opportunity to gain exposure to the financial services sector. You will work full-time over the summer break as part of a team gaining valuable experience from day one. The program typically runs between November and February and will give you an insight into various career opportunities at Macquarie. You will have the chance to demonstrate your potential and have an advantage when applying for graduate positions.

 

J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available

 

Now the largest Bank in Australia by market capitalisation. A large and diverse business, we offer a huge variety of career paths. This means we need bright, talented graduates with a wealth of experience and knowledge.

 

IBIBS Alumni

Upon graduation, students automatically become a member of the IBIBS Alumni Society. Alumni is a Latin word, simply meaning “former students” or “graduates”. Alumni will receive quarterly newsletters which will keep them up to date with what their former classmates are doing, with career opportunities and industry news, and with upcoming IBIBS events. There is an Alumni page on the website, and being a member is a great way to stay in touch.

Personal development and networking events

Continuing after graduation IBIBS will deliver a range of professional development programs along with leading Associations in the Investment Banking sector. Graduates will benefit from a wide range of personal development modules and specialist transactional programs as part of our graduate competency framework.

Whilst valuing technical skills, IBIBS recognises that developing your personal skills is also important. You will have the opportunity to develop self-awareness, confidence and the strong interpersonal skills required to deliver consistently strong performance in this demanding environment. Your training will include workshops, seminars and online learning modules. 

You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in a series of cross-functional social and networking events. These will enable to you to further build your networks within the Bank and give you exposure to senior managers from around our diverse businesses.  

Ongoing development

After graduating from  IBIBS and taking up your full-time IBIBS Internship you will continue to access a wide range of development opportunities on the programme and benefit from on-the-job technical coaching.

IBIBS is committed to early and rapid development and you will be given as much responsibility as we feel you can handle, and the opportunity to develop as fast as your ambitions allow. Alongside this informal training you will continue to benefit from specialised business-specific development delivered by our experts via internal seminars – including global seminars delivered by IBIBS.

In addition, some business areas have their own channels for enhancing your knowledge and sharing best practice.

Development Centre

We view learning as an ongoing process – one that will continue well beyond your graduate programme. Our fully interactive Investment Banking Development Centre at the end of your programme will provide you with detailed feedback on your strengths and areas of development via a personal development plan that will support your career moving forwards. It will help you to place the right emphasis on key skills and behaviours as your career in Investment Banking progresses.

 

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