The ‘Differences’ of OSG
Some ‘traditional intermediaries’

Seemingly covers multiple industries

Focus on sales numbers rather than improving expertise and gaining industry experience

VS

Professional and customized service, bringing more offers for students

– Focus on the pan-finance sector, providing customized service for every student
– 6 to 1 mentor-student ratio, having multiple mentors for every student’s mock inverviews

– One-on-one lessons and exclusive curriculum to insure overall improvement, no group lessons nor recorded lessons.

– High experise: OSG mentors come from top companies, such as Goldman Sachs, McKinsey, and Blackstone, and they strictly control the quality of lessons. There are none out-sourced independent mentors.

Offers so-called "customized service"

Work with too many students at the same time to keep close contact with every student. Besides, without proper training programs, mentors do not provide the same level of service, resulting in more failures than success stories.

VS

Skills enhancement as top priority, helping students to get offers by themselves

– No paid internships, promoting correct values

– Set goals for students, but no restrictions and limitations

– Improve students’ overall abilities, better chance of getting offers

Non-compliant paid internships

Distort students’ career values and self-assessment

VS

Mentors, not just as lecturers, but also as friends

– Whole-process guidance and company, leaving no student without an offer

– Regular information-sharing meetings and monitoring every student’s recruiting status at all times

– All RAs are OSG “graudates”, accompanying students along the recruiting process and helping mentors to improve lesson quality

VS

Some ‘traditional intermediaries’

VS

VS

Seemingly covers multiple industries

Focus on sales numbers rather than improving expertise and gaining industry experience

Offers so-called "customized service"

Work with too many students at the same time to keep close contact with every student. Besides, without proper training programs, mentors do not provide the same level of service, resulting in more failures than success stories.

Non-compliant paid internships

Distort students’ career values and self-assessment

Professional and customized service, bringing more offers for students

• Focus on the pan-finance sector, providing customized service for every student
• 6 to 1 mentor-student ratio, having multiple mentors for every student’s mock inverviews
• One-on-one lessons and exclusive curriculum to insure overall improvement, no group lessons nor recorded lessons.
• High experise: OSG mentors come from top companies, such as Goldman Sachs, McKinsey, and Blackstone, and they strictly control the quality of lessons. There are none out-sourced independent mentors.

Skills enhancement as top priority, helping students to get offers by themselves

• No paid internships, promoting correct values
• Set goals for students, but no restrictions and limitations
• Improve students’ overall abilities, better chance of getting offers

Mentors, not just as lecturers, but also as friends

• Whole-process guidance and company, leaving no student without an offer
• Regular information-sharing meetings and monitoring every student’s recruiting status at all times
• All RAs are OSG “graudates”, accompanying students along the recruiting process and helping mentors to improve lesson quality

OSG Strategies