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career progress advice

 
#1 career progress advice
22/07/2004 12:01

sarj

Hi

I graduated a few years back with a 2.2 in Aerospace Engineering followed up by a post grad in International Business from Manchester Business School. For the past 4 yrs I've been working as an engineering risk consultant at a boutique firm. However, I've been trying to get into a management consulting role and find I get stopped at the first hurdle because of the 2.2 - as a result I've started studying for CIMA. Can anyone offer any advice as to if it's too late to join at entry level to get support for my studies or if there's another angle to get into a mgmnt consulting firm?

Thanks.

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#2 Re: career progress advice
23/07/2004 07:50

Bill

I'd have thought an MBA from a good school would help you get into consulting more than CIMA - and the firms have recently started recruiting MBAs again after the drought of the last 3 years.

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#3 Re: career progress advice
23/07/2004 14:56

sarj

Thanks Bill. I'm a couple of years shy of relevant work experience for MBA, so thought CIMA would be a great stop gap while simultaneously opening more doors - which would be beneficial as I'm presently in a boutique.

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