Boston Consulting Group

BCG is a management consultancy that partners with leaders in business and society to tackle their challenges and come up with business strategies.


Boston Consulting Group

Looks For

BCG seeks passionate, open-minded individuals with a wide range of academic backgrounds, work experiences, perspectives, thinking styles, and expertise.

History of

Boston Consulting Group

BCG was founded in 1963, has 21,000 employees worldwide, and has offices in more than 50 countries. Their mission is to “go deep to unlock insight and have the courage to act”. They bring the right people together to challenge established thinking and drive transformation, work with their clients to build the capabilities that enable organizations to achieve sustainable advantage, and shape the future.

Boston Consulting Group

Internship Programs

BCG Internship Program

BCG’s internship programs are typically two to three months long and give students from many disciplines and backgrounds the opportunity to get a true feel of what it’s like to work at BCG. More than an opportunity to bolster your résumé, an internship offers the potential to launch a career at BCG—as a vast majority of our interns receive offers for full-time positions. As a BCG intern, you’ll work with and be mentored by BCG consultants, and you’ll take responsibility for specific components of a client project. As a case team member, you’ll gain a 360-degree perspective on life as a BCG consultant—from working on client projects to socializing with colleagues.

What it's like to Work at

Boston Consulting Group

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Human Resources / People / Talent
Legal / Public Policy
Consulting / Professional Services
Big 4 / Consulting
Professional Services
Office Locations
Boston, MA
Atlanta, GA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Current juniors and seniors
  • Special Events & Social Activities
  • Networking
  • Mentoring
  • Orientation & Training

Boston Consulting Group

Interview Process

Initial Phone Screening

Usually there is an initial phone screen with someone from HR or a recruiter. These questions are typically just behavioral. Sometimes applicants skip this step and go straight to the first round of interviews.


The first round of interviews consists of two back-to-back interviews, each with about 15 minutes of personal questions and about 25 minutes of case study questions. In this round you can expect a lot of behavioral and situational questions. Sometimes the behavioral interviews and the case studies are split into two separate rounds of interviews.