CV and cover letter
Never underestimate the power of first impressions. Make sure your CV (résumé) clearly states who you are – with your work experience, academic background, and any other skill, activity or interest you feel is important to mention.
Pay attention to the length of your CV: often less is more. Think of how many pages you need, considering your seniority and experience. Cover letters may seem old-fashioned, but they represent your opportunity to tell us in your own words why you’re the right person for the job. And, of course, make sure to use spell check before hitting ‘send’.
Please provide your documents in English where possible.
Practice makes perfect. During the interviews, you’ll encounter structured behavioral interviews, possibly a role play, and for sure case studies representing real life project examples. Your individual case journey can cover the full range of our business, including management consulting and supply chain consulting topics. Make sure you’re familiar with case interviews so you can focus on the solution, rather than being caught off guard.
There’s only one chance to make a first impression. How you dress is not going to impress anyone, but you should come dressed as if you were going to see a client in a consulting project.
Before the interview, make sure you have enough rest and sleep. Make sure you arrive on time for the recruiting day. Plan for enough time prior to the interviews to settle down, get familiar with the environment and relax.