Summer Program Europe

Operations – Summer Analyst Program

NomuraThis European Summer Analyst program is a ten-week program for students in their penultimate year. As a Summer Analyst, you will be trained, placed in a business and encouraged to develop your skills. You will contribute as a full and valued member of the team, assuming responsibilities similar to those of a first-year Analyst.

We will also supplement on-the-job experience with a comprehensive training curriculum designed to provide you with professional skills, industry knowledge and development opportunities. This training includes management-led overviews and presentations by internal and external experts on relevant financial products and market topics. We see the Summer Analyst Program as the primary source for hiring full-time Analysts - which makes this a smart move for those looking for a career in operations.

The process
As a Summer Analyst, you will be placed into one area for the entire ten-week summer program. Exactly where will be decided based on business needs, your preferences and the skills and interests that you demonstrate during the interview process will also be taken into account.

There's an ongoing feedback and review process to make sure that you get the most out of your intern experience. You will be reviewed twice: in the middle and at the end of the program.

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Worked in Europe this help pls

by Doooooode

So, I worked independently this past summer on a project that was ultimately cut short due to a family illness and a couple other unforeseen circumstances. I am curious to know if any of my costs are going to be tax deductible.
Unfortunately, since the project wasn't finished....I didn't get paid and ended up losing a nice chunk of money. I was diligent as far as keeping receipts for.
1) 4 months of room and board
2) Food and drink, other expenses
3) Train and bus tickets
4) Airfare
5) Independent crew
Some of the people I worked with are keen to have me back to work on another similar project next summer

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Where is a nice place to study abroad in Eastern Europe?

I'm already going to study abroad in Western Europe and I wanted to know what Eastern Europe is like.

Rolly, it depends what you want to study in Eastern Europe and in which language?

1. Russia: here the medium of instruction is maximum in all universities is English. Only few programs are in English. No doubts to study in Russia, economically it is very cheap.

2. Ukraine: I personally feel that Ukraine is a better place comparatively Russia, as the people speaks English here in big cities. But still local language or Russian language knowledge is going to help you a lot. Moreover people here are more friendly then Russia.


What is the cheapest most valuable Study Abroad program in Paris, France?

I am looking to study abroad preferably in Paris. What is the cheapest program out there?

Any EXCHANGE program (not just 'study abroad' program). An exchange program means you get to go to the university abroad and pay the same tuition you would at your home university (which if you go to an in-state public school is really cheap in comparison with international student tuition at a European university).

You still need to pay for your flights, travel, room and board, which in Paris will be VERY expensive. There is no way to go over there 'cheaply'. If you are looking for more affordable study abroad options go to a country that has a very low cost of living…

Study Abroad eligibility?

To study abroad, do you have to be enrolled at a college/university in your home country, or can you enroll at a school in a foreign country even if you've already graduated???

I ask, because I'm at a community college, and will be graduating this time next year, and I won't be going straight into a university. Technically, I will be without a school. So, would I still be eligible for a study abroad program?
I am a U.S. citizen wanting to study in another country (Eastern Europe or India).

Hi Dare2Dream,

The programs that I am familiar with require that you are enrolled in an university and they operate one of two ways. One way is the university has an agreement with foreign universities whereby you can study and your credit transfer back to the school. Second way is through a program that takes university students and through their network you can select schools to study. The big advantage of these programs is many of the schools will provide English instruction but you may not get enough financial aid to cover all over your expenses.


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What are some of the best and safest places to study abroad (outside the US)?

In addition, do you know of any programs that will actually reduce the amount of room and board for these places?

Any other first world country is excellent to study abroad such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, western Europe, and parts of Eastern Europe (e.g. Czech Republic, Poland).

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