Lars Kristian Stråtveit moved to Amsterdam to work as an intern at Nike. After four years working abroad, he was assigned Division Director of the company.
Gabriel Peixoto moved from Brazil to Norway to take two master degrees in one. – Having the combination of two degrees is really powerful in the job market.
Saliba Andreas Korkunc became a Partner at the communication agency NOR PR, after only one year working at the firm. Here are his top career advice.
With both a CEMS degree and master’s degree from NHH, Emma Hartland Gramstad’s career is off to a flying start.
2000 applied for the position as an Account Executive at the tech giant. NHH alumni, Alina Selezneva, got it.
Valeria Duml speaks five different languages after spending eight years abroad. Now she is working for Efficio in London.
Long Chen left Australia to take his Master's degree at NHH. After two years in Norway, he started his own business in Sydney.
Amela Koluder fled from concentration camp, became Innovation Manager at Tine.
After her first meeting with the IT company BEKK, Hilde Marie Flesland knew that she wanted to work there. With a master’s degree in finance from NHH, she landed her dream job as a consultant with the company.
It's a short leap from NHH to an international career, according to a new analyst in Norges Bank Investment Management in New York.
For environmentally conscious Cilia, most things are about sustainability.
Young NHH entrepreneur sells for millions.
NHH alumna Laila Cehdid Arnesen went from NHH to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' prestigious diplomat trainee course. Her dream is to be stationed in the Middle East. "NHH is the perfect background for such an opportunity", she says.
This summer I was blessed with the opportunity to work for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as an intern at their headquarters in Rome. It’s been an experience I’ll remember for the rest of my life.
"I attended a Google seminar at NHH, and thought it was the coolest workplace in the world, but that it would be very hard to get in there", says Googler Janne Smith.