Associate - Management Consultant - Operations, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
Study Program: International Business & Law (Master)
When I look back at my time at MCI...
...I would immediately enroll again! The MCI is colorful - and not just the corporate colors of orange and blue, but it unites knowledge-hungry people of the most diverse nationalities and cultural backgrounds. Lectures here mean exchange at eye level - always with the opportunity to ask questions and make your own contribution. Let's be honest: studying can sometimes be quite demanding, but it's worth it! Also, because one or the other "reward" (especially in winter), can be found on the ski slope around the corner.
How did your studies at MCI prepare you for your current job?
In the end, we are all the sum of what we have experienced and learned, right? The difference is: We don't really take something with us all the time. To learn something, we should understand the connection between practice and theory, and that's what makes MCI special. For me, first and foremost, the practical case studies and experience reports from the lecturers were extremely valuable; because it is different to learn about theory than to use it in practice. After all, it was all the more important that we were able to gain real insights at the MCI into what it can really be like "out there".
What would you tell someone who is considering studying at MCI?
DO IT!!! The MCI is an opportunity for you - be curious, be ambitious and above all: have fun! Yes, learning and working can be fun. It's not always fun and sometimes studying is like bread (...at some point it gets hard ;)) but as a team you can do anything - and that's exactly what you'll learn at MCI.