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#1 Advice
11/05/2001 00:00

Mark

I am a 30 yr old medical research scientist educated to PhD level, currently at the end of the first year of (part time) study for an MBA (from a recognised British school). Does anyone have any advice about how best to pursue a career in management consultancy from this position? What options will be open to me, given my specialised knowledge, and would my current level of education make me a viable applicant for entry into this career at the moment (with the intention of continuuing my education). Thank you for any Advice that you can give,

Mark

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#2 Re: Advice
17/05/2001 00:00

Paul Chantry

PA Consulting has a very strong life sciences practice and your background could be ideal.

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#3 Re: Advice
17/05/2001 00:00

Fellow PhDer now in consultancy

There are several consultancy firms that deal with life sciences.

Wood Mackenzie based in Edinburgh (have offices in London).

Cambridge Consultants (part of Arthur D Little).

Accenture have a large pharma. unit.

Hope this helps.

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#4 Re: Advice
24/05/2001 00:00

Mark

Thanks for the advice/encouragement - now i'm encouraged to do something about getting a new job -

Mark

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#5 RE: Advice
21/12/2015 08:43

marsday to Fellow PhDer now in consultancy (#3)

There are several consultancy firms that deal with life sciences.

Wood Mackenzie based in Edinburgh (have offices in London).

Cambridge Consultants (part of Arthur D Little).

Accenture have a large pharma. unit.

Hope this helps.

would also add ZS Associates and IMS to that list

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#6 RE: Advice
04/01/2016 12:03

semon to Mark (#1)

It's your personal choice.

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