|Datum event||14-07-2014 t/m 18-07-2014|
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This July, the Rotterdam office of OC&C Strategy Consultants will be staging a ‘Summer School’ introduction to strategy consulting for a select group of six university undergraduate students. Successful applicants will be invited to join our team for a week to gain first-hand experience of the work of a strategy consultant. Our Summer School will offer a combination of learning on the job and classroom training courses in relevant skills, facilitated by OC&C consultants. In the evenings, we’ll socialize over drinks and dinner, allowing you to get to know our team personally. On the final day of the Summer School, applicants will give a presentation about their project and how they have experienced their ‘week in the life of a strategy consultant’.
OC&C Strategy Consultants’ Summer School is targeted at second and third-year undergraduates wishing to explore strategy consulting as a future career option. Maybe you would like to arrange a work placement at a consulting firm but cannot, at this stage, free yourself from your studies for an uninterrupted period of 6-8 weeks. Or perhaps you would like to get some first-hand experience in strategy consulting before starting your post-graduate program. Our Summer School offers you an action-packed – and fun! – week in which to find out what the work and life of a strategy consultant is all about.
Second and third-year university undergraduates interested in joining our Summer School can apply. Send your CV and copies of your high school diploma and final examination scores, as well as your university examination results to date, along with your letter of motivation, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected applicants will be invited for a second round. Applicants who are through to the second round will come to our Rotterdam office for a full-day program including a numerical proficiency test and a case interview. Next Monday, you will be informed whether you have been accepted for our Summer School.
For more information, please contact Marjolein van den Blink at 010 – 217 55 14 or write to