Hey, So first of all, I am from from the EMEA's, studying in Germany so don't blame me for that. I will start my major in physics this year while deepening my coding skills and getting stuff done regarding computer science. Since science doens't pay well, my ultimate goal is to get a placement at a quant analyst fund, sth like algorithmic trading. Right now, I want things to get started so I am applying for different spring interns at GS, JPM, MS and Rothschild to get my foot into the door. As what I've heard from my peers, spring interns are utterly competitive there and i wanted you to overlook my CV to see I am anywhere near to having a chance. So I study physics in Munich (top ranked university in Germany but ages behind Oxbridge), joined the local Investment Club there lately and also attend meetings on a weekly base to discuss finacial, economical and political issues. I graduated from school with the highest score possible and did a lot of extracurricular stuff, competitions in philosophics, economics and politics where I finished at top 10 ranks countrywide. Having that said, I do some voluntary stuff aswell, teaching kids and helping refugees (tho I dislike them sometimes) to get some integration plus red cross activities. I play the piano and saxophone and participated in competitions there aswell(1st place). In my school i edited a magazine on financial topics and got some merits too. However, I cannot quite prove that editing stuff. I attended summer schools in Vancouver and London but sadly missed the opportunity to study abroad for a longer period. I got a lot of work experience but just in smaller, local firms, the things you would do during your holidays to earn money and stuff If I would be an Objektive observer, I would say that my CV is definitely not bad, but hardly good enough to compete with any harvard or stanford geniuses Sorry for all spelling or grammar mistakes, bit I am typing on my phone. Do I have any chance?