Business Process Re-engineering (BPR), reorientation in the organisation of processes, the search for new business fields, process design as well as implementing these goals by means of modern information technology are measures through which many corporations prepare for the future. Throughout the world there is a critical lack of highly qualified advisors, specialists and project leaders who can support corporations in such endeavours. The need for advisors with such a profile is extraordinarily high and continuously expanding. In Germany there are currently about 11,000 consulting firms. Twenty of the major consulting firms alone employ more than 5,000 people. In addition, firms that market standard software or software packages (so-called solution providers) require about the same number of staff. The need for qualified junior staff or even university graduates specialized in this sector cannot currently be met.
Business Consulting graduates will find a job in any business area or industry around the world. Our Business Consulting programme enables our graduates to identify and fully grasp the opportunities that lie ahead, choosing from a variety of career paths in diverse areas ranging from management to information technology.
Here just a few of the jobs open to you as future BCM graduate: