MIT

MIT

Undergraduate Program

MIT

Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Business analysts play an active role in many aspects of client engagements, including fact gathering, analysis, client communications, making recommendations, and implementation. You will collaborate with senior consultants, client managers, and executives on every part of the consulting process, from brainstorming ideas to working side-by-side with clients to implement team recommendations.

Recruiting Team

Class of '04

Claudio Brasca

Recruiting lead
Class of '11

Stuart Bermack

Recruiting co-lead
Class of '12

Lisa Foo

Recruiting co-lead
Class of '11

Ryan Ko

Recruiting co-lead

Edzen Cortez

Recruiter

Heather Miller

Recruiter

Years ago McKinsey consultants guided me through my recruiting process at MIT and now I’m excited to help MIT students do the same.

Claudio Brasca

Class of '04

Campus Calendar

Class of
Oct 24 2017

Summer Business Analyst & SDLI Round 1 Interviews

Invitation only.

Opportunities for Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Undergraduates typically join us as business analysts or fellows as an integral part of our client service teams. Some stay for 2 or 3 years before attending graduate school or gaining further work experience, others stay on and move directly into a post-graduate school role.

Our roles include generalist consulting; practice consulting, focused on a specific function or industry (e.g., digital, implementation, operations); and New Ventures product and solution development (e.g., software engineering, data science, solution expert consulting, data engineering).

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