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Applying from new york for London

 
#1 Applying from new york for London
03/08/2008 18:34

s

Hello,

I am graduating with a PhD next year and am planning to apply via campus recruiting to Mckinsey and BCG for a job in the London office. Anyone here done anything similar? Any tips?

Thanks,

S

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#2 RE: Applying from new york for London
03/08/2008 18:49

Zak D to s (#1)

It's not an uncommon application route. Just be prepared to answer the usual questions about why you're applying to the office, what planning you've made to manage the transition of your life outside work, your cultural awareness, etc. Also worth remembering that London is typically the most competitive office to get a job with MBB firms - expect to pay at least a portion of your own flight and accommodation costs to attend interviews to signal your commitment. Alternatively, you can ask to interview in NY but be considered for London.

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#3 RE: Applying from new york for London
04/08/2008 01:17

s to Zak D (#2)

thanks..will do..

i understand the starting salary is ~ $120 K for an APD associate here in the US.. What is it in London?

Thanks,

S

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