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The world of graduate recruitment is competitive. To help students get ahead, Bloomberg has developed an educational and networking tool called the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT).

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Bloomberg Institute is the educational division of Bloomberg L.P. With the same transparency of which Bloomberg L.P. is famous for, the Bloomberg Institute launched the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) in 2011. The BAT has since become the world's fastest growing standardised test.  Stay tuned for our exciting new product due for release later this year! 

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Super-charge your career with the Bloomberg Aptitude Test!

The world of graduate recruitment is competitive. To help students get ahead, Bloomberg has developed an educational and networking tool called the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT). The BAT is a free assessment comprised of 8 different subject areas measuring aptitude in various aspects of finance and business, as well as career skills relevant to any industry. Students who take the BAT uncover their strengths on various subjects, gain insight into how they compare with their peers globally and discover the areas of business which may suit them best. So far, over 175,000 students have taken the BAT!

Bloomberg is offering this amazing opportunity to students throughout Australia and New Zealand. Free sessions are run regularly on campus, and at Bloomberg's Sydney and Melbourne offices. To register simply go to The following sessions are currently open for those offices:

(Level 27, 1 Bligh St., Sydney)

(Level 20, 101 Collins St., Melbourne)

DATES: Jan 30, Feb 27, Mar 27, Apr 24
TIME: 9 AM - 12 NN, 3 PM - 6 PM


Schedules not working for you? Check the website to see if your university has an upcoming session, or take the BAT at home any time through our eProc version. This option has the advantage of you receiving your results immediately! Please note that there is a US$39 fee for this option.

Thousands of Employers

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Get in front of thousands of employers through the Bloomberg Talent Search

The BAT offers an innovative and meritocratic way to connect to employers. Students who have taken the BAT can choose to have their scores anonymously uploaded onto our Talent Search database, putting them in front of top employers globally. The Bloomberg Talent Search is available for free to over 300,000 Bloomberg Terminal users worldwide and has so far connected over 150,000 students with graduate employers.

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