Cass alumnus in Bloomberg Hall of Fame
BSc graduate achieves high scores in June aptitude test
Boyan Indzhev, a former BSc Banking & International Finance student at Cass Business School has ranked third out of 4,000 entrants in Bloomberg's worldwide aptitude test.
Commenting on his achievement Boyan said, "I achieved my high score thanks to the excellent education I have received at Cass Business School focused on teaching the students practical and up-do-date financial theories and concepts that are a must-know for those interested in pursuing a career in the financial markets industry."
The Bloomberg Aptitude Test, (BAT) is a global, online exam designed to identify and screen undergraduates and recent graduates who are interested in a career in finance and business.
The BAT tests consists of 100 multiple choice questions in eight performance areas, including global markets, analytical reasoning and maths skills.
Students can enter their scores and profiles into the Bloomberg Institute Talent Search where they can be recruited by companies.
Anthony Aldaño, Director of University Relations at the Bloomberg Institute, said;"One of the objectives with the BAT is to assist students in differentiating themselves in a challenging global economy. No other test offers students the data to let them see where they rank among 114,000 global test takers. We are happy to know that Cass Business School shares in our excitement.
"To achieve this rank is an exceptional accomplishment and should be acknowledged."