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Can you tell me more about the group case with Roland Berger?

I heard that a group case is part of the interview process. How does that work exactly? How many people are in a group? In front of how many people does this group case take place?

Any hints appreciated.

Thanks for your answer!

I heard that a group case is part of the interview process. How does that work exactly? How many people are in a group? In front of how many people does this group case take place?

Any hints appreciated.

Thanks for your answer!

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Dear user,

a group case can be part of the interview process, this differs between interview processes. There is no fixed number of participants within a group, but usually there are 3 up to 4 candidates within a group; you will get the case and according information to work on, be able to prepare it and, thereafter, present it in front of the Roland Berger colleagues that have been guiding you through the recruiting day so far.

Best, Linda

Dear user,

a group case can be part of the interview process, this differs between interview processes. There is no fixed number of participants within a group, but usually there are 3 up to 4 candidates within a group; you will get the case and according information to work on, be able to prepare it and, thereafter, present it in front of the Roland Berger colleagues that have been guiding you through the recruiting day so far.

Best, Linda