Commerce Graduate Internship At Credit Suisse
Youth of South African who aim for a career in investment banking as full time analyst, commerce graduate internship from Credit Suisse will make your way easier. More, you will gain many benefits from joining the graduate internship. First you will be exposed to various areas within finance to gain thorough knowledge not only in investment banking, but also finance in general. Second, there are many work-based assignments that you will perform, thence, you have no significant problem when entering the industry as full time analyst. And third you have chance to build international network while joining the graduate internship.
The commerce graduate internship opportunity, however, is given only to either suitable applicants who already finish their post graduate or those who are in attempt of completing their post graduate within Honours, PhD, Masters or relevant qualification that is majoring in economics, accounting, or finance. In addition, ensure that you are now in your final year, therefore you can attend the graduate internship in 2017, 2018 & 2019 that is started from January until June. That said, other requirements that should be met, include; (1) sound academic record, (2)excellence in economics, accounting, or finance field, (3) customer oriented and capability to cater creative solution.
Also, (4) self-initiated individual with good kill in solving problem, (5) analytical thinker, (6) great communicator who are also a good listeners, and many more. Applying commerce graduate internship program, qualified applicants should tag along; copy of their curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and the last one is curriculum vitae. Submit your application alongside with its supported documents to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline of the graduate internship on August 9th. Bear in mind that late application when applying the said graduate internship will never be considered, and yes, your application will automatically become unsuccessful if you are not paying attention toward the closing date.