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Discover what it takes to be a successful management consultant from Germany’s leading business minds at the Roland Berger x HHL Consulting Challenge. Both Roland Berger and HHL ground their success in the cultivation of individual talents, team spirit and inspirational leadership, and it is with this in mind that they have joined forces to offer select incoming students and prospective candidates of the HHL full-time M.Sc. program the chance to participate in a cooperative two-day consulting workshop. The case-based challenge is designed to enhance participants’ critical thinking and analytical skills, while serving as an introduction to the world of management consulting.
Thursday and Friday, August 17-18, 2017
Current BWL Bachelor students and recent graduates interested in Management Consulting and/or a graduate-level business degree
Event: HHL Campus | Jahnallee 59 | 04275 Leipzig
Accommodation: Motel One | Nikolaikirche | 04109 Leipzig
What to expect?
Participants can expect to learn directly from experienced practitioners and leading academics about how to constructively analyze and deliver real-world business solutions within a management consulting context. The two-day event will be based on an actual business case provided by Roland Berger, and the training sessions will be instructed by a complimentary mix of experienced consultants and knowledgeable HHL professors. The instruction style will be interactive and discussion-based, while learning activities will be group oriented with a challenge component. Participants can also expect to meet the personalities behind the success of Roland Berger and HHL during extracurricular evening activities.
How to Participate?
To apply for participation, please send a one paragraph explanation of why you would like to attend and a copy of your CV via Email to Daniel Ritchie.
Please apply by Monday, July 31, 2017 to join our Roland Berger x HHL Consulting Challenge.
Spaces are limited.
For an individual consultation and further information about the event, please contact Daniel Ritchie.