The standard case interview is used in every round of interviews at Bain & Company and is based on our actual client work, providing a mutually beneficial opportunity for us to see how you approach problems while you become familiar with our work. We encourage all advanced degree candidates to start their case prep as early as possible, and to help get you started, here are some tips on what Bain looks for in our consultant candidates.
We’re also offering virtual case prep twice throughout the season. Register today for our "Crack the Case" webinar on May 22! The same session will also be available in August just before first-round interviews.
Bridge to BCG is a three day summer workshop designed to help you test-drive the BCG project team experience.
By participating in them you will be able to:
Learn more about the consulting profession and get to know BCG Participate in a realistic case experience Learn from BCG's thought leaders Meet and network with other advanced-degree candidates (ADCs) interested in a career in consulting Eligibility Bridge to BCG is specifically for candidates who are currently pursuing an advanced degree (PhDs, MDs, PostDocs, and JDs) at a school in North America and are looking to start a full time position at BCG in 2019. Candidates only holding a master’s degree are not eligible for this program. If you are interested in participating in 2018 Bridge to BCG and are graduating in 2019, please check this website in early 2018 for more information. If you are currently a practicing MD or in residency, the 2019 graduation date requirement does not apply.
How to Apply The 2018 Bridge to BCG application deadline is Sunday, April 8th at 11:59 PM EST. Please apply to the bridge program closest to your school, even if you have an extenuating circumstance that would prevent you from attending your school's bridge program. If you are invited to attend, our team will do our best to work with your schedule.
The Bridge to BCG application will ask you to provide the following:
1 page business style resume which includes undergraduate GPA, graduate GPA if applicable, graduate test scores (GRE, LSAT, MCAT and boards, etc.) – academic CVs will not be accepted Cover Letter (optional) Short essay to be entered during the online application