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Leaving Accenture Tech consulting

 
#1 Leaving Accenture Tech consulting
16/03/2011 19:44

al

Hi everyone,

I have been working for one year at Accenture Tech Consulting (Spain) and feel quite disappointed with the projects I have been assigned to...

I came from a top engineering school in Spain, but my grades were not good enough to be interviewd at BCG, McK or ADLittle...

I have been told to go to London to get interviewed at ZS. I think it is a good oiportunity to leave IT, but I'm not sure about Pharma Industries... Do you think I could find something better?

Thanks a lot!

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#2 RE: Leaving Accenture Tech consulting
17/03/2011 11:51

al to al (#1)

Afterall this feedback, I think I will reformulate my question :S

Do you think staying for a second of years at ACN may help me finding a job at a top MC firm?

I would like to do an MBA, but I think it'd be interesting to work in MC before...

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#3 RE: Leaving Accenture Tech consulting
17/03/2011 20:30

someguy to al (#2)

al - an MBA in the right place (IE, INSEAD or LBS) will help you get into a top MC, no question. Another year in Accenture will probably not be ideal - however it may make the transition to an MBA easier. Most of the top programs expect 2 years or more of quality work experience and don't take green grads. Timing is key - 2 years at analyst in ACN will play nicely into an MBA application then an Associate / Consultant role in MBBB.

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