By launching your career at McKinsey, you’ll have a unique opportunity to make a lasting difference in the world, work with a group of highly diverse, motivated colleagues, join a global network, and build leadership skills that will last your entire career.
Where you'll start
People with bachelor’s degrees join McKinsey as business analysts (also called “fellows” in some offices). Some stay for two or three years before attending graduate school or gaining further work experience. Others are invited to stay at McKinsey and move directly into an associate role. Whatever your personal passions, we are committed to helping you pursue them.
Impact. Opportunity. Growth.
Challenge yourself to grow
You’ll be stretched here, and the experience will help you become an accomplished business professional at an accelerated pace. We will help you build your leadership, problem-solving, communication, and analytical skills to achieve real impact at a much earlier stage than many of your peers.
Opportunity to explore
In your first two years or more, you’ll work across a broad range of industries and functions. You’ll build business knowledge and perhaps find a field you'd like to pursue more deeply. You will likely have the opportunity to travel to different countries and work with people from different cultures and backgrounds.
Your voice will be heard
No matter how new you are, you'll be in a position to be part of the solution. At McKinsey, critical thinking happens on all levels, and every team member is expected to bring value and insights to our clients’ challenges.
Connect with leaders
When you join McKinsey, you'll find plenty of different ways to create your personal network. At the Basic Consulting Readiness and Business Analyst Training programs, for example, you’ll meet new colleagues from around the world. And as a member of a client service team, you'll work with business leaders and experts inside and outside the firm–from day one.