I've recently gotten an offer for BCG Tech Advantage practice in Europe. I was wondering if:
1. I wanted to work on more generalist projects, would I be able to transition or work on things not direclty related to tech (e.g. growth strategy, due dilligence, M&A etc.)
2. I know there is a seperate staffing manager but do they restrict you from looking into other cases? How much flexbility do I have in choosing the types of cases early on in the role?
3. Is this practice just as prestigious? I really want to do B-school afterwards and was wondering how the top universities look at this role.
I do like tech projects and I'm thrilled for the new role but I do want to venture out and do more pure strategy cases (atleast 1-2). Would it be more advisable to stick to the script in my first year and then try to venture out?
Thank You :)