Shared mobility, autonomous driving, e-mobility: Changing customer needs, new technologies and stricter emission requirements are forcing an entire industry to rethink. Experience at a 2-day event in Munich how the automotive industry is coping with the challenges of change and how Bain supports its customers in a future-oriented and sustainable way.
We invite outstanding university students from the 4th bachelor semester and PhD students of all engineering and MINT disciplines to discover the future of the automotive industry together with Bain.
As part of an exciting case study on the subject of e-mobility, you will get to know our result-oriented way of working in a team and our entrepreneurial approach. Convince with your excellent analytical skills and drive the consulting world forward with your professional expertise.
In personal conversations you will learn more about our non-business network, our interdisciplinary way of working and everything to do with individual career opportunities for newcomers without an economic background.
November 28-29, 2019, Munich
Outstanding German-speaking university students from the 4th bachelor semester and doctoral candidates of all engineering sciences and STEM subjects.
Curious? Then send us your application by Sunday 27th October 2019. Please apply with your CV, your high school diploma and your university and job references using our online application tool. Enter “Munich 100%” under Office preference.
You will receive a confirmation of receipt after your application. You can expect feedback on your application from November 6th, 2019. Please notice that only complete application documents are considered in our selection process can become.
The automotive industry is electrified: In order to curb global climate change, many governments have made it their goal to drastically reduce CO2 emissions. Automobile manufacturers are subject to particularly strict emission requirements. The development of alternative forms of propulsion is currently at the top of their agenda. The electric car is considered to be the most promising variant of "green mobility". This is leading to a fundamental disruption in the industry – new business models, changing customer needs and the entry of new players.
As a top management consultancy, we help our customers – leading car manufacturers and automotive suppliers – to master these new challenges as efficiently as possible and to design them sustainably.
At the workshop, put yourself in the shoes of a Bain consultant and develop a comprehensive strategy for the introduction of an all-electric car. Your customer is a European premium automobile manufacturer that has so far only been active in the field of "conventional drives". You will impress with your excellent analytical skills and demonstrate to our automotive experts that you have a feel for current industry trends and consumer needs.
At a very special evening event, you have the opportunity to get to know our Bainies personally and to ask your individual questions in a relaxed atmosphere. Be inspired by the personal career and success stories of our Bainies with diverse professional backgrounds and form your own opinion of your career opportunities at Bain.
I'm Eric and I joined Bain over 10 years ago. I work in the industrial goods sector and mainly advise clients in the automotive and mechanical engineering sectors. My focus is on sales and customer strategies as well as digital transformations and business models. I studied and did my doctorate at WHU Vallendar. What fascinates me most about Bain is the way we work. We deal with the most exciting and difficult issues that customers need our help with. We work on this as a team with a strong focus on real results in close cooperation with our customers. Our work is characterized by the highest demands on ourselves - but we still manage to have a lot of fun, both on the project and at our office events.
My name is Franz and I started as an Associate Consultant in the Munich office in 2017 after studying physics at KIT and TU Munich. After a very research-intensive time during my studies, I felt like discovering something new and decided to get into consulting. Since then I have worked on many exciting projects in the IT and automotive industries. This summer I joined the Advanced Analytics Ringfence and work exclusively on data-driven projects where I can apply my programming knowledge and experience from my studies. This gives me the opportunity to deal with innovative and trend-setting technologies and to actively help shape them. In my spare time I go snowboarding and cycling in the mountains and I like to cook.
I'm Conrad and I've been Bainie in the Zurich office since 2018. During my mechanical engineering studies at the ETH Zurich, I dealt intensively with energy as well as conventional and alternative drive types for cars. After my studies, I worked for a Swiss bank for almost two years, where I supported investments in energy infrastructure until I was drawn to management consulting. In my first project at Bain, we advised a Japanese auto parts supplier as a team. I've been part of our private equity ringfence since spring of this year and have accompanied 12 due diligences in a wide variety of industries since then. In my free time I spend time with friends, repair and ride old and new bikes or prepare for the next triathlon.
I joined Bain in recruiting in 2017 after studying business administration at the University of Bayreuth. Here I am jointly responsible for university marketing, employer branding and social media activities. At various events I inspire students of engineering and natural sciences to join Bain. What do I particularly like about Bain? The great team spirit and the opportunity to quickly advance and implement content-related topics. In my free time, I like doing sports, especially kickboxing and spinning, and trying out Munich's ice cream parlors.
We are looking for outstanding German-speaking university students from the 4th bachelor semester and PhD students in engineering and all MINT disciplines.
You can find out about our Online application tool apply. Please note the points listed above when entering.
Please submit your CV as well as your high school diploma, university and job references. A cover letter or letter of motivation is not required. Please understand that we can only consider complete application documents in our selection process.
You can submit your documents in both German and English.
The application deadline is October 27, 2019.
You can expect a notification from November 06, 2019.
Most of the event will be held in German.
An invitation to the event does not automatically signal to you that you qualify for a permanent position or an internship directly after the event. However, we see great potential for you to join Bain.
Yes. We always look forward to receiving your application to join Bain.
Of course, we assume all costs incurred for arrival and departure as well as accommodation.