SEB is one of Europe’s leading Corporate & Investment banks. We deliver financial solutions and consultancy services to 2.900 corporates and institutions. Our success builds on innovative thinking, international presence and strong, long-term relationships. SEB places great emphasis on attracting and developing talent. As a recent or prospective graduate you can expect to learn from and work with leading experts in the finance industry.
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SEB is seeking students that are interested in internships in our Merchant Banking division. As a Summer Intern in SEB you will be a valued contributor to your team, as well as getting a great opportunity for networking and establish new relations.
The Summer Internship kicks off in Stockholm in June 2015. Interns from all corners of the SEB organisation who are about to embark on their challenge gather for a fun and educational week of learning, teambuilding, lectures, case studies and networking.
In the following months, Norwegian interns will work at the Oslo office, taking on challenges related to the local business. The duration of the program is adjusted to match the start-up of the new academic year.
Through the program you will receive high-quality training in many aspects of finance, gain a broad understanding of SEB’s business and explore career opportunities in a performance driven culture.
You will also participate in SEB University, which is a three week long educational programme consisting of lectures from the different business areas within SEB.
In your application, please list up to three of the following departments that you are interested in (Click on each department to read more).
Global Financial SolutionsClient CoverageSecurities ResearchCorporate FinanceTransaction Banking
A strong interest in international business and finance
Dedication, attention to detail and very strong quantitative skills
Excellent oral and written skills in Norwegian and English
Intermediate computer and programming literacy
An average grade of A or B, or extraordinary extracurricular achievements
Completion of 2 – 4 years of study in Business, Economics, Finance, Engineering and/or Science.