Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley is a multinational investment bank and financial services company. Morgan Stanley works with their clients, which range from individuals to institutions and governments, raise, manage, and distribute capital.

What

Morgan Stanley

Looks For

Morgan Stanley is looking to hire individuals who are self-starters who are willing to go the extra mile on projects. Morgan Stanley also wants employees to be able to work well on a team and are passionate about the work they are doing. Morgan Stanley is looking to hire people who are confident, enthusiastic, and have an opinion.

History of

Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley was originally founded in 1935 by Henry Sturgis Morgan, who was the grandson of J.P. Morgan, and Harold Stanley. The company went public in 1986 and began opening more offices across the globe. Now, Morgan Stanley has around 1,200 offices across 43 countries.

Morgan Stanley

Internship Programs

Summer Analyst

A 10-week program where interns can experience the culture and atmosphere of Morgan Stanley. Interns undertake some of the responsibilities and functions of a full-time analyst. Interns are also exposed to intensive classwork training, division training, practical sessions, and business speakers.

What it's like to Work at

Morgan Stanley

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Accounting
Finance
Research & Development
Sales / Account Management
industries
Financial Services
office locations
Greater New York

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors
Perks
  • Student loan management 
  • 4% match on 401(k) benefits 
  • Health insurance packages 
  • Childcare services


Morgan Stanley

Interview Process

1. Initial Interview

In this initial interview, it will be either on the phone, video or in-person. Be prepared to talk about your past experiences, as well as behavioral and cultural-fit questions.

2. Final Interview

In the final stage of the interview process, you will have one-on-one interviews, written tests, an individual presentation, and a group exercise.