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Deloitte TI to McK

 
#1 Deloitte TI to McK
18/07/2008 13:42

anon

Is this possible with a PhD, good extra curriculars and 5yrs work exp? Or is it once a techie, always considered so?

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#2 RE: Deloitte TI to McK
19/07/2008 10:07

Itman to anon (#1)

I made the move a few years back. So, it's possible but it all comes down to the interview process.

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#3 RE: Deloitte TI to McK
19/07/2008 12:43

Tyre to anon (#1)

Yes to both questions. Yes, you might be able to move to McKinsey BTO. And yes, you would still be considered a techie.

In the same way that TI and S&O are differentiated at DC, BTO and the strategy practices are differentiated at McK.

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#4 RE: Deloitte TI to McK
12/08/2008 14:40

trytrytry to anon (#1)

I have got through to the final interview round twice for BTO (comming from Deloitte TI) so i am sure it is possible if you are good enough. They told me to reaply next year - but i'm not sure if i want to go for it a third time (and enter as a first year analyst!).

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