As BCG continues to grow globally, we are always looking for bright, talented and driven individuals to join us in tackling some of the world’s toughest business problems.
BCG Amsterdam accepts applications year round for full-time roles on our consulting staff.
All applications are accepted online here.
You will be required to submit the following documents:
In case you have any special information you want to share with us, or other additional comments on top of your CV, you can upload these in a document in the 'cover letter' field. Otherwise a cover letter will not be used as part of the selection.
Your online application allows you to apply for positions in all of our offices. You may apply to up to three offices simultaneously, and your application will be sent automatically to those offices you specify.
Most BCG offices require fluency in the local business language. Please check the language requirements on the local web pages of your preferred office(s). For the Amsterdam office it is mandatory to be fluent in both Dutch and English.
If you are selected to interview with BCG Amsterdam, please be prepared for at least two rounds of interviews, consisting of two verbal case interviews (both rounds), an online test (first round) and a written case (second round).
You will be provided with an online multiple-choice test, a pen, paper and a calculator. You are given 45 minutes to complete the test – keeping in mind there is a negative marking scheme. The test is an opportunity to better grasp the kind of issues we address at our clients and test a number of key skills such as quant skills, data interpretation and business logic.
This interview format consists of discussions around your achievements and impact followed by a verbal business case study, with time to ask questions to your interviewer at the end. The business case study style is conversational. Your interviewer will explain a business problem being faced by a client. You will be required to structure your thinking, ask questions and solve equations in order to come up with key recommendations for that client.
You will be provided with a packet of documents relating to a business problem. You will have two hours to work on your own, analyze the problems being asked and the data provided, in order to prepare a short presentation with your recommendations. You will then be joined by your interviewer and asked to present your recommendations supported by the slides you have created from your findings.