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Which US consulting firms will employ non-US graduates?

 
#1 Which US consulting firms will employ non-US graduates?
23/07/2002 00:00

bhunna

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#2 Re: Which US consulting firms will employ non-US graduates?
24/07/2002 00:00

John

McKinsey, Bain and BCG all have offices outside the states and will employ nationals in the countries in which they operate. The same goes for lesser consultancies such as PA, LEK, Mercer as well as the Big Four. They won't employ you straight into the US unless you are legally entitled to work there (unless you are simply amazing with PhD etc). If you apply to one of the above they may send you to the US for a bit. The best way to work in the states is to go and study there. Otherwise if you know any MD's of boutiques they may employ you but it is difficult for them to do so as the US will want to know why there are no suitable applicants within the US. Hence the need for exceptional experience in order to circumnavigate this problem.

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#3 Re: Which US consulting firms will employ non-US graduates?
24/07/2002 00:00

gm

what is a good source to find consulting boutiques focusing on european markets?

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#4 Re: Which US consulting firms will employ non-US graduates?
29/07/2002 00:00

John

www.mca.org.uk

The UK Management Consultants Organisation. There should be a Europe-wide equivalent too.

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