Josephine

 

Josephine

Global Finance Graduate
Hey everyone! My name is Josephine and I am from Sweden, but a Danish citizen since 2.5 years. I hold a Double Bachelor in Finance and Economics from Lund University and a Master in Applied Economics and Finance from Copenhagen Business School. During my studies I have been on exchange to Singapore and worked one year as a Junior Associate at Accenture Strategy in Copenhagen.

Recently I moved from the outskirts of Copenhagen to the heart of it, not too far from the famous shopping street Strøget. I now enjoy what the city brings by the close distance to a lot of cosy cafés and bars.

Currently I am doing my first rotation in the Global Finance Graduate Program, in a department called Investment Management in Product Supply. I am looking forward to share my experience with you and also some tips and tricks for the application process.

I hope you will ask all the questions you might have, and I will do my best in trying to answer them :)

Blogposts

 

Graduate Recruitment Centre – my last-minute tips

After weeks of waiting, it’s now the final countdown to the Graduate Recruitment Centre (GRC). You have hopefully already prepared most of what you wish to prepare, but I wanted to share some of my last-minute tips: Pre-GRC Prepare to dress to impress Think through your outfit in advance to make sure that you have […]

Notes from a Rotation Abroad: Navigating the Grounds of the Largest Pharmaceutical Investment Project in the World

I have the pleasure to have my graduate colleague Simone Fløcke Lorenzen as a guest blogger for this post: Hello everyone! One of the reasons why you might be attracted to learning more about the Graduate Programme is that it offers international work experience through a rotation abroad – and there are all sorts of […]

Three tips for the application process

As you may have noticed, the application window for Novo Nordisk’s Graduate Programmes 2017 has now opened (link to the application)! We are very excited about receiving your applications and look forward to welcome some of you as our graduate colleagues in September 2017. If you are interested in becoming a Global Finance Graduate, you […]

My first rotation in the Global Finance Graduate Program

Hello everyone! My graduate colleague Marn mentioned in his previous blog post that both of us will blog about the Global Finance Graduate Program. If you haven’t yet read Marn’s post, I would recommend you to do so for getting familiar with the structure of the two-year program and its four rotations. In this post […]