Has anyone more information about Berylls Strategy Advisors?

Anonymous A asked on Jul 01, 2017 - 1 answer

Hello community,

I am interested in BSA and I am happy about every detail.

Does anyone know something about the interviews, the reputation, the starting salary or requirements for the candidate?

Thank you for your help.

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Anonymous B replied on Jul 04, 2017


I also applied at BSA (Germany) and had collected some information online and from friends and other connections/forums.


First, there's a normal phone interview. If you pass that, you will get invited for the case interview at BSA. There will be 2 rounds in the typical case interview format (personal fit, case interview...). This is for the entry level. For the level of senior associate, you will additionally have to do a presentation.


BSA was #1 hidden champion 2015 (http://www.berylls.com/en/hidden-champion/awards.php), they won the Best of Consulting 2016 award in a category (http://award.wiwo.de/boc/rueckblick/). I recommend you to go thru their press releases on their website, it contains loads of information.

Starting salary:

The starting salary is according to industry standard.


You have to be passionate about the automative industry, and preferably you should have internships or other work experience in the automotive industry on your record. From what I have heard, you need at least a 2.0 GPA (in Germany) and a good grade in Maths. Also, some people mentioned that Berylls doesn't prefer candidates with a degree from a university of applied sciences (FH)) and candidates coming from Big4, but I don't know if this is always the case.

If you find any more info, feel free to share it with me, as well ;)

Hi, I hope your interview went well. Can you share some more information on the process for consultant applicants? Are there only two rounds for a total of three hours or can I expect another round? — Anonymous on Dec 12, 2017

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