UCL School of Management

Career event

Master the Consulting Case Interview


Wednesday, 11 November 2020
12:30 – 13:30

Are you ready for the Case Interview?   Interactive session with CaseCoach founder and case interview expert Enguerran Loos

In this session, we’ll look at how to approach the case interview – common to the selection process for Management Consulting employers. The session is designed to get you started with your preparation by familiarizing you with the key components of the case interview, with a focus on case structuring, and will include the opportunity to see structuring in action via video and work through examples with Enguerran. The session will be led by Enguerran Loos, a former interviewer with McKinsey’s Boston office and the founder of CaseCoach. It will include a brief tour of CaseCoach, the preparation platform provided to you by UCL School of Management.

This session will help you to

  1.  Understand what a case study interview is
  2.  Gain insight into why and how they are used
  3.  Be aware how they are assessed and scored
  4.  Understand what case structuring is and what a good structure looks like
  5.  Learn about CaseCoach’s resources and how you can use them to practice and ensure you perform at a consistently high level.

Registration information

To enter this online session you will need to access the “stand” link that will be provided just before the session on the myUCL Careers page for this event. If you do not return to this page to enter on the day VIA “myUCL Careers” and use the link provided on the event page you risk your attendance not being counted towards your mandatory number of Careers Electives

Please do not use a link shared by a classmate if you wish your attendance to be counted. You will receive emails confirming this procedure once you have registered. Thank you for your cooperation.

Register today!

This event is part of Stream 1 of the Careers and Professional Development Programme series for UCL School of Management postgraduate students starting in September 2020.

Last updated Tuesday, 3 November 2020