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WallStreetOasis is the largest online community for young finance professionals and students and it aims to educate them as they approach critical career decisions. They can benefit from free services such as: the forum, webinars hosted by WSO mentors, finance FAQ’s, interviews and AMA’s, the company database, and a compensation report. Students can also purchase technical, networking, and behavioral interview guides as well as study guides for tests such as the GMAT and CFA.
Mergers and Inquisitions will help you learn what professionals in finance actually do from insiders who have worked in investment banking, private equity, hedge funds, equity research, corporate finance, private banking, sales & trading, and more. You can also gain access to free or paid modeling tutorials as well as resume critiques
Vault.com has a wide variety of updated rankings of companies in certain industries, including Banking, Consulting, Accounting and Oil & Gas, among others. Vault also has many Career Advice blogs tailored towards finance students, which can be found here .
In addition, there are many other free and subscription based sites out there to keep up to date with financial news, including the Wall Street Journal (subscriptions are provided free of charge to School of Business students), Bloomberg (the website is free to use and it is also highly recommended that all Finance students take full advantage of the Bloomberg terminals on the fourth floor in the School of Business) Business Insider , Market Watch , The Street and Seeking Alpha .
If you use any site not listed above and think it would be a great tool for all Finance Society members to utilize, let one of our Executive Board members know!