I enjoyed this internship very much. The internship involved four-week classroom training (covering a rich range of asset classes), and a six-week individual project. The work was always interesting and challenging. From the classroom training, I began to understand the piratical work. I particularly enjoyed my project, working with my great supervisor.
I really enjoyed this internship experience. I marked it down solely on the basis that it is a tough internship and that you are continuously being challenged throughout. Although this was something that I enjoyed it could be a struggle for some people. The work could be difficult but it was really rewarding.
Great environemnt to work in, HR and my team were particularly loved me and made me feel welcome. Types of work was diverse and I was able to network and meet a lot of people. Exposure to senior management was very appreciate in my role and I felt very welcome.
The summer internship at Credit Suisse is very well organized. Teams are nice and, overall, the life at the IBCM division is very enjoyable. Work is intense and this summer program is probably one of the most intense with multiple evaluation and exercise. But definitely insightfull and efficient in giving you the skills to succeed in this career.
The internship consisted of three rotations, some of which I enjoyed and one that I had a very difficult time with. Two out of three of the desk rotations were very exciting and fun, and I had plenty of work to do whereas the other was unorganized and I did not have enough to do.
Thoroughly enjoyed my internship in Equity Research at Credit Suisse. Was in a fantastic team who gave me great support and training. The internship programme itself was also well organised and structured, with regular events and lunch sessions that gave us a broader insight into the various areas of the bank.