Oliver Wyman

Oliver Wyman combines deep industry knowledge with expertise in strategy, operations, risk management, and organization transformation to help clients. They help them optimize their business, improve their operations and risk profile, and accelerate their organizational performance.

What

Oliver Wyman

Looks For

Oliver Wyman looks for employees who are driven, risky, and innovative. In students and recent grads, they look for initiative, intuition, and creativity with a strong background in problem solving and analytics. Above all, however, they look for authenticity.

History of

Oliver Wyman

Oliver Wyman was founded in New York City in 1984, and now has more than 60 offices in Europe, North America, the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific. Their Mission Statement is “to go deeper into issues and challenge conventional wisdom”. They are intellectually curious and energetic, searching for ideas, insights, solutions and techniques that will create lasting contributions.

Oliver Wyman

Internship Programs

Oliver Wyman Internship Program

The Intern Program is for talented, highly motivated rising seniors. It is a paid internship lasting upwards of 12 weeks, dependent on business needs and location of the internship. Interns are considered professional members of Oliver Wyman and conduct the same role as entry-level consultants.

What it's like to Work at

Oliver Wyman

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Data / Analytics
Business Development / Corporate Development
Design (UI/UX)
Operations
Consulting / Professional Services
Research & Development
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater New York
Greater Atlanta
Greater Los Angeles
Greater Miami
Greater Nashville
Greater Philadelphia
Greater San Diego
Greater San Francisco
Greater Pittsburgh

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Rising Seniors
Perks
  • Mentorship
  • Week of training
  • Broad exposure to a variety of industries

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Interview Process

1.  Preliminary Interview

The interview lasts an hour and may be conducted in-person, over the phone, or through video. The first thirty minutes of the interview will be a case interview and the second thirty minutes will be a behavioral/fit interview

2. Secondary Interviews

These interviews are usually conducted in person and will include presentational case interviews, behavioral interviews, and technical interviews