2018 CODE SUISSE

Thursday, May 24, 2018 (All day) to Friday, May 25, 2018 (All day)
  • Research Triangle Park, NC
  • Credit Suisse
Career Presentation

Technology (IT) is more than networking computers and help desk support. Technology provides seamless solutions, from algorithmic trading systems to global messaging networks. Credit Suisse is a forward-thinking financial services firm serving clients around the globe. Within Technology, we have 9,500+ employees globally and make over 10,000,000 trades per day. Our technology division is larger than many Fortune-listed companies. Banking is a technology business, and Technology is a true differentiator for Credit Suisse.

To further build our award-winning IT business, we need talented people like you to join us. Take part in Code Suisse, a coding challenge designed to help you demonstrate your skills, personality and aptitude for technology. This is a fantastic opportunity to accelerate your application to the 2019 Technology Summer Analyst Program and win exciting prizes.

Who is eligible
To participate in 2018 Code Suisse, you must be a sophomore currently attending a U.S. accredited university, graduating in either December 2019 or in May or June 2020.
— If you are considered a minor in your jurisdiction of residence, you must obtain the permission of a parent or legal guardian prior to participating in the competition.

How to submit an application
1. Eligible students may sign up as an individual or as part of a team (no more than three participants to a team but you may sign up as a pair). All members of the team must comply with eligibility requirements. Those submitting information as individuals will be assigned to a team at Credit Suisse’s sole and absolute discretion. If participating as part of a team, you must include the full names of any team members at the top section of your resume so that we can match up the team details. If you are participating on an individual basis, please state this at the top of your resume and Credit Suisse will assign you to a team.
2. Each participant is required to solve a series of web-based puzzles at http://credit-suisse.com/codesuisse. Once the puzzles are solved, instructions will be provided on how to submit your information for consideration to participate in Code Suisse. Each team member must submit an application by Monday, April 9.

Selected individuals/teams will be invited to attend the coding challenge in the Research Triangle Park offices on Thursday, May 24 and Friday, May 25. Participants must be available to take part in the full duration of this event. Further event details will be sent to those students selected to participate. Credit Suisse will arrange travel and support reasonable travel costs for those traveling far distances (maximum travel cost limits may apply).

 

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