Oliver Wyman (and other companys) 2020 Summer Intern Timeline?

Anonymous A asked on Apr 27, 2019 - 1 answer


I'm just wondering do you guys have any info on OW's timeline for next year's summer intern application. I have found that while most companies, like MBB, usually start accepting application in July and give out interviews in September (please correct me if I'm wrong!), OW gave interviews for interns in as early as July last year. Since I'm planning on where to be at this summer I really appreciate any info on OW's recruiting timeline as well as if there are any companies that start this process unusually early.


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Anonymous updated his answer on Jun 03, 2019


this is highly dependent on the region where you plan to apply! At Oliver Wyman Germany, interviews take place year-round for both graduates and experienced hires - I am sure though it differs for other offices.

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