Most exciting part! Working with smart & talented people – meet interns and apply!

We've welcomed four new interns in Stockholm. Get to know them and hear about "learning so much and have fun". Apply for an internship in 2020.

We recently had the great pleasure of welcoming four new Investment Banking interns to our Stockholm office. Now you can meet two of them, Sara and Matilda, and hear about their backgrounds, expectations and goals for their internship – and learn why they applied for an internship with us.

Just a heads-up, before meeting Sara and Matilda – we have opened the applications for our Autumn Investment Banking internships and the Spring Week internship in Stockholm, you can apply here and now.

Matilda Hansson Brusewitz and Sara Selin at the Stockholm office.

 

Sara Selin (23) – Investment Banking Advisory

I currently study M.Sc. in Finance at Lund University, with an add-on semester in International Master Class at University of St. Gallen.

As the largest bank in the Nordics, Nordea gets exposure to a variety of different projects, and this is definitely something that appeals to me. Also, I met with representatives from Nordea during the Investment Banking Forum in Lund and got a good impression. This, combined with the fact that the structure of the internship seemed well-organized, made me apply for the internship.

During my time as an intern with Nordea, I hope to learn as much as possible and have fun. I want to contribute to the team by energizing the group and I hope that my work will add value to the projects. The most exciting part of working at Nordea Advisory is to work with smart and talented people that I can learn from.

Through hard work, I hope to achieve a leading position in the future where it is possible to inspire more women to get into finance, meet the targets of the bank and a more sustainable world.

Fun fact: When I’m not meeting my friends or work out, I love to sing and paint.

 

Matilda Hansson Brusewitz (25) – Investment Banking, Debt Capital Markets (DCM)

Matilda HanssonI study M.Sc. in Finance and Accounting at Uppsala University.

I applied for the Nordea internship programme because I wanted to learn as much as possible along with my studies before I graduate. As Nordea is one of the top banks in Sweden, especially within DCM, I thought this was a perfect place to learn.

I hope to gain more experience and knowledge, especially the valuable knowledge that is difficult to achieve only from school. I’m very curious to learn even more and also see how the team works on a daily basis and be a part of the deals.

Regarding my career aspirations, I hope to find a job that continues to challenge me and where I can develop further all the time and where no days are similar.

Fun fact: When I don’t work or study, I like to travel, cook nice vegetarian food and also run outside (when it’s not too cold!).

Are you also interested in finance and investment banking?

Don’t hesitate – we offer three different Investment Banking internships this Autumn (10 or 20 weeks). The deadline is 1 March 2020. Apply here!

If you are a BSc 1 or BSc 2 student, you can apply for the Spring Week internship here and become one of our interns in Stockholm this May. The deadline is 29 February 2020.

Read about Sara and Matilda’s fellow interns, Hjalmar and another Matilda. Why not also take a look at what it’s like to work at the trading floor in Copenhagen and have a look at some of our previous blogs from the graduates; interns in Oslo; our summer interns in Stockholm and the FFPs in Helsinki.

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