Arvydas graduated from SSE Riga in 2009 and joined Ernst & Young Vilnius office, Advisory department. He now holds a position of a senior consultant. In a serious yet slightly humour-infused tone Arvydas describes himself as somebody who helps to develop his country at work and builds civil societies in developing countries during his free time.Read more >>
After her graduation from SSE Riga in 2006 Lili started her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) audit department. After four months of experience in audit she moved to PwC Transaction Advisory department. Afterwards, after 1.5 years spent with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lili accepted an offer from Ernst & Young (EY) and joined EY Transaction Advisory department as a Manager. Less than two years later, after reorganizations at EY during the financial downturn, Lili became the head of the EY Transaction Advisory team in Estonia. Today, she is a Senior Manager.Read more >>
Recently we all got to know a lot of alumni success stories that described how companies of SSE Riga graduates grow in domestic as well as international markets. Some of these stories were presented during guest lectures, while others could be read in the Insider. However, this time we want to introduce a couple of a little bit different stories that focus not on graduates, but on current students of SSE Riga who manage to be entrepreneurs at the same time.
Days of Opportunities 2011 organizing team is already working to ensure that a large variety of successful and perspective companies participate in the event to provide students with many different internship opportunities. Meanwhile, you can get acquainted with experience of students who found their internship at DoO 2010.Read more >>
“It is going to be a great year for you, the only thing left is to get an interesting internship,” replied an acquaintance of mine after I told her about passed Finance and an opportunity to go on exchange. Seven months later I can certainly say that her words came true. The two months spent at Civitta was a great and fun experience which enabled me to grow a lot both personally and professionally. But let me start from the beginning…
Life before working at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development wasn’t easy. The beginning of 2009 saw me unemployed in Greece and desperately looking for a job in London. At the peak of the financial crisis, the timing could not have been trickier.Read more >>
November 2, 2009 – the first working day for new-hires in Ernst & Young. Nine of them started their career in Assurance Services. Seven of nine new auditors are or soon will be graduates of SSE Riga. What did they feel? Why did they choose Ernst & Young? Why audit? How do they feel today – after the busy season?Read more >>
When I was thinking whether I should take up the offer of doing my internship in Warsaw, a lot of my friends were rather skeptical. What on earth would I do in an ugly city like that? Nevertheless, my adventurous side kicked in and I decided to go. After all, I was very curious to see the inside of a large corporation.Read more >>