Hey, im on my final year studying finance and I have a shot at a mck internship application to which ill have 6 weeks of training for the PST and the case studies. I have a natural talent with numbers and im quick to learn new skills so i assume i can achieve some degree of success for the interviews.
I also hold the required gems on my CV such as a 4.0 gpa, multiple honors and scholarship, extracurricular achievements, and im sure that if i skip the internship i will be able to at least get a chance to apply for a BA position once graduating.
My question is, is it easier to get accepted to mck through their internship process or is the assessment just as rigorous to both internship and full time?
And in general, would it be wiser to skip the internship and take those 3-4 months to practice for the full time job interview?
Thank you for taking the time and answering my question, also, do interns usually proceed to get an offer for a full time position once finishing the internship or do most of them just finish and leave?
Most interns i've seen got an offer after internship – but this of course depends on the performance
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