In English – for both Polish and Ukrainian students, CVs should also be sent in English.
The mentors involved in the program are Polish or English-speaking, so it depends on the mentor.
Student status and Polish or Ukrainian nationalities are required to participate in the program.
After you qualify for the program, the Boston Consulting Group team matches the mentor and mentee keeping in mind the chosen development path, interests, and experiences. Yet, it is the mentor who makes the final decision to work with the proposed mentee.
Please indicate up to 3 pathways you are interested in, yet the final decision is made by the mentor.
The mentoring program envisages various forms of cooperation – including online or onsite meetings at the company’s headquarters, a joint lunch, or job shadowing. The program does not include job offers.
EmpowerPL+UA assumes that a mentor will meet with his/her mentee a minimum of 3 times in 6 months. However, the mentor has the option to propose meetings over and above the agreed minimum.
A positive decision on your application will be an outcome of your academic and extracurricular achievements, areas of interest, and ambitions.
No, the selection of a mentor to mentees does not depend on nationality – the main factors are the choice of path and similar areas of interest and ambitions.
No, there is no such obligation.
Online or onsite at the company’s premises, over a joint lunch, or as part of a job shadowing.
BCG is responsible for assigning the mentor to the mentee, but the communication and logistics of the meetings are between the mentor and mentee individually.