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PhD - Strategy Consulting

 
#1 PhD - Strategy Consulting
06/09/2006 23:54

Andres to deleted (#0)

Hi, could someone shed a light on how to stand better chances in strategy consulting?. I hold a PhD degree in Engineering (Cambridge) and I'm currently working in a medium-size consulting firm. My current firm, however, specializes at a very operational level (e.g. manufacturing operations) and I'd like to move to a much higher-aggregated level. I have applied to some big consultancies but have not succeeded even in getting an interview. In my CV and cover letter I capitalize on a) my numerical and programming skills from the PhD; b) the international experience and client engagement I have had during the last 2 years. Is my age (32) a big disadvantage? - Thanks in advance.

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