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Breaking into consultantcy

 
#1 Breaking into consultantcy
09/01/2007 16:37

Jack Slier

Broad Question: I am in the process of doing an MBA at a top business school and in the meantime I am also trying to break in consultancy firm. Do you know of any companies that are willing to recruit potential consultants who don't have many years of experience.

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#2 RE: Breaking into consultantcy
09/01/2007 16:53

Matt to Jack Slier (#1)

Of the firms I know, all accept MBA grads with little or no experience. All it means is you may start a little lower to gain that experience.

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#3 RE: Breaking into consultantcy
10/01/2007 00:35

jack slier to Matt (#2)

thanks for the reply. can you name a few of those firms so i can approach thyem.

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#4 RE: Breaking into consultantcy
10/01/2007 11:49

Mr Mr to jack slier (#3)

Come on Jack, get off your backside!

Half the art of consultancy is the ability to google anything quickly so that when you're on a conference call or half way through an engagement you can increase your knowlefdge before the bullsh... runs out!

Seriously - the act of investigation will be very valuable to you as you can create your own path and learn as you go.

And if you are at a top business school as you mention you should find that they come to you.

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#5 RE: Breaking into consultantcy
10/01/2007 22:00

jack to Mr Mr (#4)

i am at henley and they like to consider themselves number 2 in the uk and 14 in the world, not a bad school, however consultancy firms have yet to come to the place. i have contacted and send my cv to a few firm and most are looking for experience, believe me i have been searching with little luck.

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#6 RE: Breaking into consultantcy
10/01/2007 23:19

Henley, great regatta I guess to jack (#5)

Henley is no good. Had a colleague who went and the standard of work produced yet which got graded "A" was shocking. You should have gone to a proper business school, preferably one linked to a decent university which maintains proper academic standards and is assessed on this by HEFCE or whatever it is now.

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