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accenture advice

 
#1 accenture advice
12/06/2010 19:57

anon

Hi,

At what level would you expect a big 4 trained NQ (3 yrs audit experience) to enter accenture as a management consultant?

Thanks

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#2 RE: accenture advice
13/06/2010 13:26

cs to anon (#1)

C1 (junior consultant) most likely, although based on experience C2 is more fair.

But beware as they may offer A2 (senior analyst) at the start attempt to lowball you in the opening offer - at that point refuse and they will most likely cave in.

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#3 RE: accenture advice
13/06/2010 13:37

anon to cs (#2)

I see. As far as i'm aware, acn homegrown grads make c1 in 2 years? So 3 full years of audit should equate to 2 acn years (although the two areas are not comparable)??

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#4 RE: accenture advice
13/06/2010 14:10

cs to deleted (#0)

Correct.

It sucks, but Acn rarely gives full credit for non Acn experience.

Ironic as your audit training will put you far ahead of most of the homegrown androids (assume that you are looking towards F&PM)

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#5 RE: accenture advice
13/06/2010 15:58

anon to deleted (#0)

Thanks

I'll expect to be lowballed an A2 offer then, but it doesn't make much sense for me as il then technically be an A4!

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