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Management Consulting career from a non-IT background

 
#1 Management Consulting career from a non-IT background
28/11/2014 14:55

ld2x07

Hi all,

A happy Friday to you.

First off, apologies for having made a few threads over the last couple of weeks, I have just found the feedback to be so helpful and I have no one else to ask these questions of.

For my age (26) I think I have relatively a strong business background (by my busainess degree and work experience). However I don't have an IT background and some I have spoken to inist that getting into Consulting is very hard without skills in SQL and similar. I do have some VBA knowledge but thats about it. I am eager to learn though.

Googling around online I see a large number of 'getting into Consulting without a business background' pages but not so much love for 'non-IT'.

Sorry to dump my figurative purse on here, but do I have much hope? If anyone has any advice, such as where a non-IT person such as myself would best focus their constulting job-hunting efforts that would be a gem (e.g. practice area). I'm assuming that I will need to go via the BA route, correct me if I'm wrong though!

Many thanks

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