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Sample cover letter for Internship position at EY



Dear Paras Berawala,
I am a Mumbai University graduate interested in interviewing for a full-time Business Analyst/Consultant position with Ernst & Young. I believe that EY has the ideal culture in which I can pursue my goal of becoming a strategic business leader and thinker.
My professional experience as an Analyst and Business Management Studies Course(BMS) at H.R College prepare me to be successful at the company. Leading a high-level project to develop solar electricity in rural areas, creating business models for farmers of Wada and Vikramgadh taluka in Maharashtrawhile simultaneously representing my college at NYU Stern School of Business and the SIFE World Cup, gave me invaluable global strategy experience. Furthermore, being the head of the Placement Cell of my college,arranging campus visits, convincing companies for recruitment and coming in direct contact with HR executives of over 25 companies gave me the unique opportunity to engage in high level business discussions with leaders of industry. While at First Rand Bank India and IIM Ahmedabad as an intern, developing core banking products for the youth, urban unbanked and rural unbanked sector, gave me experience in the consultative and banking service approach. As a Management student, I have the flexibility in both language and culture to operate successfully in many different contexts. Finally, as are searcher, I have developed the capacity to think creatively and entrepreneurially. I firmly believe that I will be a good fit in Ernst & Young’s collaborative, entrepreneurial,and intellectual culture. I am excited at the prospect of working for the company upon graduation and have enclosed my resume for your review. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Nisha Punjabi.

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