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How to break into the change management industry

 
#1 How to break into the change management industry
08/03/2006 22:36

consultant...

Hi,

I am desperately looking for a career in change/strategy management; being a new graduate and having gone onto do an MBA straight after my degree, at the age of 24, I am having great trouble breaking into the industry. What/how/who do I need to apply through to becomme a consultant? All the top firms only want to hear from top Oxford students with 5 A-Levels, even though I have a First class honours, I have no A-Levels, only GNVQs...What should I do please? [From London]

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#2 Re: How to break into the change management industry
09/03/2006 01:13

[grad] john mcbride

Where did you do MBA?

How come straight after uni?

Don't worry about Oxford.

Your GNVQ's translate into UCAS points, and normally recruitment websites specify entrance requirements in terms of those:

http://www.bstubbs.co.uk/half.htm

I can't understand why a first class grad with an MBA can't get a job - what have you omitted?

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#3 Re: How to break into the change management industry
10/03/2006 12:45

Accenturian

to be honest, its a total myth that big 4 only want oxford / cambridge graduates...i recently joined one of hte big 4, and in my start group of 59, there were no oxford / cambridge graduates. The perception i get is they want people who are well rounded indviduals, not just outstanding academics!

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