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Inside Bloomberg HQ with School of Management

Oct 30, 2023

On October 26, students from New York Tech’s School of Management visited the Bloomberg L.P.’s headquarter at 731 Lexington Avenue. Students were led on an exclusive tour by Fausta Schiavone, Equity Specialist who provided a firsthand look of what makes Bloomberg L.P. an energetic corporate environment, from transparency, inclusivity, and collaboration workspaces to the state-of-the-art financial technology.

Following the tour, students had the opportunity to meet with Andrè Cornejo, Equity Specialist. Cornejo provided a comprehensive overview of the Bloomberg Terminal, training students with real-world knowledge which can be applied in coursework and beyond.

“The trip to the Bloomberg headquarters helped me become more aware of a broader economic landscape and the factors influencing financial markets. I highly recommend all the students, regardless of their academic concentration to consider participating at the Bloomberg visit,” says Su Myat Noe Wai, School of Management student who is working towards her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Analytics

B. Geeta Sai Sneha, a Master of Business Administration – Business Analytics major at New York Tech also took part in the trip. She encourages students who consider attending in future Bloomberg trips to “go with an open mind and the desire to learn, be open to networking, and understand the terminal. Perform basic research about the terminal, be ready to ask questions, and have a great time exploring!” 

Su Myat Noe Wai also assist Joshua E. Bienstock, L.L.M., J.D., associate professor of management, in overseeing the use of Bloomberg Terminals at the New York City campus at 26 W. 61st St., room 503, and on the Long Island campus in Harry Schure Hall, 2nd-floor Academic Learning Center. She works to ensure that the use of Bloomberg Terminal and certification opportunities are available to the entire New York Tech community. Wai added, “I would like to encourage students and New York Tech community to explore more about Bloomberg Certification courses, which are not only free, but also requires no prerequisites. Engaging in these courses can significantly enhance knowledge and skills in financial industry, providing a competitive edge in today’s market job.”

By Patthara Chandaragga