Bain Zurich is running a CHF 10,000 scholarship program for exceptional women this summer. The various components of the program will inspire and equip you with practical leadership and personal impact skills to chart your career journey. The idea behind the global initiative is to support and encourage outstanding students to enter a field where women are traditionally underrepresented.
Part of the program is the True North Workshop providing insights into consulting, tools for case cracking and tips for interview preparation. Following the True North Workshop, a group of top candidates will get exclusive access to our Lead to Inspire Masterclass. Components of the Masterclass include monthly online trainings, one-on-one mentoring and in-depth interview coaching. On top of that, the scholarship winner will receive CHF 10,000 as well as an internship offer for Bain Zurich.
Are you curious? Register here for our introductory event on 29th June 2021 to get to know the program.
What is coming next: Applications for the scholarship will open in July 2021 and can be completed until 22th August 2021. You will need to upload your CV and complete some application questions prior to final submission. We will also send you a link to an online assessment to be completed until 26th August 2021.
After reviewing all incoming applications we will reach out to you end of August 2021 about the application outcome. Successful applicants will be invited to the True North Workshop. The workshop will provide unique insights into our industry and what a career in consulting could offer you. We will create opportunities for you to learn and practice a number of key skills, including some of the tools our teams use to crack critical business problems. We will also provide you with tips and tricks for interviews.
A one-on-one interview to get to know you better will also be part of the True North Workshop. However, don’t worry! We make sure that you get all the support you need prior to the workshop.
We are keen to meet students who successfully completed their first year of study (assessment year) at any Swiss university. The Swiss university needs to be your home university, which means an exchange semester is not sufficient, but a double degree is. Students who are about to complete their Bachelor’s degree at a Swiss university, who have planned to study for a Master’s degree abroad, are welcome to apply.
Our first priority is to keep our people and recruits safe, and until we have a clearer understanding of the pace of vaccine roll-out, our recruiting events will continue to be virtual. We are hopeful that we will be able to gather in person in September when the workshop will take place and will provide an update in late June.
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