Facts & figures
Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) alum and Goldman Sachs analyst Chloe Segal shares the real-world experience, social networks and international study opportunities she explored throughout her Business School degree.
Participated in weekly games with the Squash Society and led a Sydney University Business Society (SUBS) team to create and publish guides for students.
Became a Student Ambassador, representing the Business School in promotional activities, and enhanced the student experience as a Business School Undergraduate Student Advisory Council member.
Worked as a volunteer consultant for a non-profit organisation through 180 Degrees Consulting.
Delivered tutorials as a Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) facilitator and shaped Business School curriculum and opportunities as a Business School Faculty Board Member.
Mentored first-year students and organised a 600 person event as a Women's College Academic Mentor and Formal Committee Chair.
Assisted with the coordination of various networking events and workshops as a member of the Financial Management Association of Australia (FMAA).
Chloe at the London Calling formal
Represented the Business School in a stock pitch competition in the USA. Studied mathematics and humanities at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark for an exchange semester.
Since graduating, Chloe has taken up the opportunity to work full time at Goldman Sachs within the investment banking division.
The role has allowed her to utilise many of the skills she learned throughout her degree, while providing an avenue to continue exploring areas of finance that she was interested in throughout her studies.
A lot of Chloe's closest friends from university are now working in the same industry - and even at the same firm.
You may not write essays in your career, but you will always be interacting with others and many will be your peers from classes. Make sure you get as involved as possible at university and always appreciate the valuable insights you can gain from your peers.