Talent Day

Talent Day 2017

Are you an ambitious and highly skilled economics student, currently enrolled in a Ph.D. or Master’s degree program in economics? Do you want to meet some of the most talented young and highly skilled economists from across Europe, and spend an engaging day in Copenhagen, solving real life cases?

Copenhagen Economics encourages you to apply for participation at our annual recruitment event, Talent Day.

There are 10-15 seats available for the very best economics students from across Europe.

Talent Day is a unique opportunity to learn more about Copenhagen Economics.

At Talent Day you will:

  • Get a chance to demonstrate your skills solving challenging cases and working in teams
  • Learn about Copenhagen Economics’ approach to consulting and the career opportunities in our organisation
  • Meet some of the Partners and consultants in Copenhagen Economics as well as other top students from European universities
  • Meet previous Talent Day participants, who have now joined Copenhagen Economics

Talent Day 2017 takes place Monday 20 November from 9:30 to 17:00 at our office in Copenhagen. We will reimburse your travel expenses.

At Copenhagen Economics, we are dedicated to delivering compelling and pragmatic economics solutions with a creative and candid approach. Hence, working with us requires you to use and refine the skills you have attained during your studies – and also to acquire new skills in order to provide outstanding advice to our clients.

How to participate?
We appreciate talent and quantitative skills, and we encourage the most talented graduate students to apply. Preferably, we are interested in Ph.D. and Master's students graduating within one year. As seats are limited, candidates will be selected based on an overall assessment of their academic skills, personality, and experience.

The deadline for applications to Talent Day 2017 is 2 October 2017

If you have any questions regarding the event or about Copenhagen Economics in general, please do not hesitate to contact Søren Brenøe.