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To become a consultant

 
#1 To become a consultant
25/02/2007 08:57

Mahtab Erfani

Hi everyone;

I 'm determined to become a consultant in my early age.

My Background;

1) 2 years working experiences in Telecom Industry ( In a famous multinational company) in Project Management ( and in a managerial position)

2) 1.5 year experience in Oil&Gas and in cost controlling

3) 1 year experience in Transportation Industry and in Planning

4) BSc in Applied Math + MSc in Socio-Economical Systems Engineering

5) Came from Middle East though very fluent in English and familiar with French

6) No working experince abroad

How should I start? I 'm thinking of getting my MBA this year from a top 30 ranking B-Schools (Economist Ranking) in Europe, Vlerick in Belgium. Do you think this will help me to start a career in Consultancy? Pls advise.

Best regards

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#2 RE: To become a consultant
25/02/2007 21:25

a to Mahtab Erfani (#1)

A lot depends on the company you want to work for the Country you want to work in.

<br> You have good experience to build on so good luck to you.

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