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Very useful in general, great exposure to many different business areas and very friendly, approachable staff.
People were very supportive and took time to explain things to interns.
Broad guidelines given, but managers don't have time to go into much detail and expect us to take initiatives and be pro-active, which is a good learning experience.
Depended on the weeks. Some weeks went by very quickly, with many different tasks to complete but not too much pressure, others went by a bit slower since there was less activity.
A lot could go wrong if I did not complete my tasks in an accurate or timely manner. The appropriate degree of challenges and responsibilities was given to me, in my view.
Very useful advanced Excel skills acquired, as well as relationship management and interacting with people, extracting information. Also some priceless general business culture and attitude that are transferable to any job.
Very good moments with very funny people, but again it varies with the people who you have to work with, and different personalities. Generally very interesting people with a sense of humour.
Well organised in terms of how well the job was defined, but some problems in organising joint intern events, as my internship was in Luxembourg which is a relatively new location for interns in J.P. Morgan.
There is a considerable investment in interns recruited within J.P. Morgan, since they also use the internship programme as a pipeline for future graduate positions. Impressive investment in new hires.
Healthcare from home
Many different opportunities available, rotation in different lines of business a distinct possibility once in the graduate programme.
As active as it could be for such a small location as Luxembourg!
Good places to go to in Luxembourg.
There was a lot of care in designing events for interns and graduates, and also collective activities for the whole Luxembourg office.
Internship (1-4 Months)
Banking/Finance, Financial Management, Logistics and Operations
1st September 2011