Career Live Streams: Insights into Life Science Consulting at McKinsey

Career Service

Date: 15 October 2021 / 12:15 - 13:00

Career Live Streams: Insights into Life Science Consulting at McKinsey
 

Are you currently studying or recently graduated from a Life Science degree and you want to explore career opportunities? Then join our Live Stream Session. You will learn more about McKinsey's work in the Life Sciences and Pharma Industry & what it means to join us with a Life Sciences degree. Anja and Marie will share their own personal stories such as why they joined McKinsey, what excites them and what they actually do day-to-day.

 

Tuesday 15.10.2021, from 12.15 to 13.00 

 

With the participation of:

  • Anja Schmid, Senior Associate
  • Marie Wosny, Fellow
  • Claudia Galliker, Recruiting

 

To register:

  • Click here
  • Please indicate Università della Svizzera italiana when registering.

 

Language: English.

What is a career live stream?

A virtual series of company events for students in AI, Informatics, Data Science & FinTech. During 45 minutes, employees of exciting companies will tell you about their work and answer all your written questions. During and after the career live stream, you can join the company’s talent pool to be contacted by a company representative for open positions.

 

What is CareerFairy?

Start-up collaborating with the Career Services of ETH, EPFL and USI with the objective to connect companies and students in a new digital experience. 

Through interactive livestreaming, employees of the world's best companies can engage with students and share authentic insights of their daily work.  From a laptop or smartphone, students can discover their work, see their office, get answers to their questions and find out how they can join them in the future.

 

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