Applicants must be university students (undergraduate, master's, or PhD students) majoring in finance, economics, business, or similarly quantitative subjects. You should have outstanding academic performance, along with evidence of excellence in non-academic and extracurricular activities. We are looking for students who have diverse experience and who have spent a significant period of time abroad. Furthermore, we value quick powers of comprehension, a sharp analytical mind, curiosity, and inventiveness—and you should be as good with numbers as you are with people.
The workshop will take place from March 20—22, 2015 in Milan.
You can apply by via our online application (please refer to the list of contacts available in the section "How to Apply" to check whether e-mail applications are accepted) and what are application deadlines in your country of study.
Your application should include a cover letter with a short introduction of yourself and your motivation for applying to our workshop, your CV, and copies of your most important certificates (high school diploma, undergraduate degree, graduate degree, PhD certificate) and letters of reference from work experience (if applicable).
The application deadline will differ by country. Please refer to the "Apply" section of the website.
No. As we always receive significantly more applications for these special events than we have slots for participants, a rejection applies to this workshop only. If you are interested in joining BCG, please send a separate application to our recruiting team.
We will cover all expenses for travel and accommodation. There is no participation fee.