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MBA but first degree in English

 
#1 MBA but first degree in English
10/08/2006 13:06

Jonny to deleted (#0)

Hi all,

Most consultancy websites I have visited seem to prefer their people to have (as well as an MBA) a first degree in engineering or other quantitative subjects. Are there any out there that consider people with a first degree in a subject like English and an MBA?

Thanks!

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#2 RE: MBA but first degree in English
11/08/2006 12:04

David to Jonny (#1)

With a good MBA we would (and I think most firms would) look at that and your experience. But your quantitative ability would be a clear point to probe in interview.

We are a VERY quantitative firm but have hired several classicists even as graduate entrants - because they were fine on our numerical aptitude test

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#3 RE: MBA but first degree in English
11/08/2006 13:54

beth to Jonny (#1)

Most consultantcies will take a good arts degrees- a good arts degree from a good uni usually means lots of UCAS points, and a wide mix of skills. Apply, you will be fine- and any slight doubts that someone may have will have been written off by the MBA

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#4 RE: MBA but first degree in English
12/08/2006 02:37

AK to Jonny (#1)

Hi. Have you got any past experience in health sector, NHS or Independent sector Healthcare market.

Or Are you intersted in exploring this.

Pl reply at above emails.

Thanks

AK

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#5 RE: MBA but first degree in English
12/08/2006 11:37

Jonny to AK (#4)

Hi everyone and thanks for your responses.

AK-No, I don't have any experience in those sectors..why?

Regards

Jonny

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#6 RE: MBA but first degree in English
12/08/2006 23:29

AK to Jonny (#5)

Hi Jonny, This is one of the sectors with huge opening and consulting opprtunities.

You may consider and if interested, can explore this.

Consultancy openings are there...

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