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.
You can apply via our online application links by submitting your application to the BCG office located in your country of study/work (e.g. Munich for Germany). Your application will then be reviewed by our local recruiting teams.
Please apply through one office only and note the respective application requirements and deadlines of our participating offices. Multiple applications will not be accepted.
Your application should include a cover letter with a short introduction of yourself and your motivation for applying to our workshop. Depending on the office/country you are applying for, other documents may be required, such as: copies of your most important diplomas (high school degree, undergraduate degree, graduate degree, PhD), and letters of reference from former employers. Please refer to the "Apply" section of the website for specific requirements by participating country.
The workshop will take place on March 23–25, 2017 near Paris.
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 teams here.
We will cover all approved event-related travel and accommodation expenses. There is no participation fee.