- Application deadline: Not specified
- Starting salaries: Not stated
- Regions: London
- Industries: Consultancy, Finance
- Website: http://www.bain.com/bainweb/home.asp
- Email: Recruiting contact: [email protected]
- Telephone: 020 7 969 6000
- Address: UK headquarters:
Bain & Company, Inc. United Kingdom
What is Bain & Company?
Bain and Company is a global consultancy firm, that offers top level management advice to generate long lasting financial impact for its clients. Bain and Company's hands on approach and client based ethos means that their and their client's success is closely linked, making them stand out from other consultancy firms. Since its foundation in 1973, Bain and Company now has offices the world over, with a strong European and American presence, making them an exciting firm for graduates to consider.
What roles are available at Bain & Company?
Application process for Bain & Company.
Online applications preferred. See http://www.joinbain.com/apply-to-bain/apply-now/default.asp
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Bain & Company.
Bain recruits applicants from any degree discipline, provided they show the drive and determination to succeed. Applicants should have good analytical and interpersonal skills and display enthusiasm, initiative and team working abilities. Ambitious, pragmatic and committed graduates are clear choices.
Future prospects and training at Bain & Company.
Bain and Company is a constantly expanding firm, and with its worldwide presence, it offers graduates a number of promising opportunities to seek out new opportunities and progress from Associate Consultants to senior positions.
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