As a student at a renowned American university, you have doubtless already considered your next career step. Would you like to work on inspiring topics in interdisciplinary teams, and rapidly take on far-reaching responsibility? If so, we look forward to meeting you.
McKinsey is the world’s leading top management consulting firm. Our clients include over 60% of the Global 500, as well as many other renowned companies. We also serve government agencies, as well as public-sector and private organizations. Our value proposition – Building Global Leaders – sums up what McKinsey has stood for ever since it was founded more than 80 years ago. The professional development of our consultants is one of our key goals. With 94 offices in 52 countries, we – together with our clients – truly do help to shape the global future.
Incidentally, only around half of our consultants hold a business degree, whether in Economics or an MBA. The others have degrees in other fields, such as Science, Engineering, Informatics, Medicine, Law, or the Humanities. The one thing they all have in common is that they have outstanding analytical skills and enjoy taking on new challenges.
Sounds interesting? We’d be delighted to meet you! Please come to see us at the
Columbia University, New York City (411 IAB, SIPA, 420 West 118th St.), on
October 5, 2011, at 1:00 p.m.
Our colleagues from McKinsey’s German office look forward to giving you insights into our work and the various career paths McKinsey offers, including our extensive professional development program. Perhaps most important of all, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to us and get an impression of the kind of people you would be working with. For details of the event, as well as other times when McKinsey is visiting US universities, please go to the
If you are unable to attend on October 5, have any questions, or would like to arrange to talk to us on the phone, please contact our colleague Jochen Lehmann (email@example.com).
We very much look forward to hearing from you.