Read here the stories of our students who went to a country in the area of Europe for their internship.
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Pratyaksh Arneja completed his internship at Management Partner GmbH, a German management consulting firm based in Stuttgart last month.
During the internship, he did market/industry research for clients based in automotive and energy sectors. He also contributed to a pan-European study on Industrie 4.0 and Digitalisation.
The experience allowed him to flex his financial research and data analysis skills along with an increased proficiency in German. It has further clarified his pursuit of a master in either Business/Management or Economics.
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The first smile is from Francesca Grillo interning at insurer Generali in Milan.
She works on employee volunteering and connecting the Human Resources and Corporate Social Responsibility departments. She enjoys the link between what her colleagues discuss and the courses Intro to Area Studies and International Economics.
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Gastón Escotto García is interning at the Uruguayan Embassy in Rome.
He works for the Permanent Representation of Uruguay to the United Nations agencies based in ltaly (mainly FAO).
Last week he represented the embassy at the Committee on World Food Security (CFS).
CFS develops and endorses policy recommendations and guidance on a wide range of food security and nutrition topics.
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Arlette Zantvoort started her internship earlier this month at the Economics department of the German Embassy in The Hague.
She is doing research on trade profiles between Netherlands and different parts of Germany, the Dutch agriculture and food sector and the program of the new Dutch government.
Her reports are sent to Berlin to inform the German government.
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Michael Verhoeven is interning at Sequoia lnvestment Management Company in London. At the Oxford Street office he is doing exciting and challenging work including credit analyses and risk calculations.
He is now writing a report together with his organization supervisor on United States infrastructure investments.
Learn more about Sequioa here.
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Macha Epp just finished her internship at Atradius as an Associate Administrator in London. She was part of the internationally oriented Global UK department, responsible for providing global trade credit insurance solutions to multinational clients, and supporting these against non-payment risk.
Her tasks were supporting the sales manager. Macha would do background searches on new business opportunities. The sales manager would then review and speak with the broker to see if this is a worthy case.
Upon positive feedback, Macha would input this new business into a database. Eventually, all would be in place for the risk underwriters to financially evaluate the case to decide if Atradius is comfortable with this new piece of business.
The company was a very open and friendly working environment in which Macha felt comfortable to ask questions and get familiar with the world of credit insurance.