Hi Hi !
I have done BTech from IIT-Madras & MBA from IIM-Calcutta. Now, I am working as Consultant. After marriage, I am finding the consultant’s job is always remaining away from home every week throughout the year except weekends.
What could be the best change of job I can look for with some elevation as well as without some quantitative jump in package ?
After engineering, I worked in a reputed company for above 3 years & after MBA, in this present consulting company also for 3 years.
Hi. I am a PhD student at Cambridge University, UK. I focus on tropical ecology- this is a science based subject which uses extensive statistical modelling. Prior to this I completed an MPhil in Environmental Sciences from Oxford Uni (with a ) and a General Engineering degree. I will finish my PhD in late 2016. I would like to work in consulting and specifically target McKinsey. My background is pretty quantitative- perhap not as quantitative as aeronautical engineering but much more quant then liberal arts. I have not done internships ( owing to visa issues) but I have done fieldwork all over SE Asia and built useful links. I have several peer reviewed publications to my name. Should I try to gun for McKinsey?
An MBA graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business, Mr. Chan has successfully advised a vast range of MBA applicants -- from doctors and teachers to engineers and consultants -- who gained admission at top-tier schools including Harvard, Wharton and Stanford. Following business school, he worked on Wall Street at Goldman Sachs in foreign exchange trading, and then returned to his pre-MBA employer McKinsey & Company to consult energy, retail, telecom and beverage companies in Asia, Europe and Australia on strategy and operations. Next, he joined a tech startup in the digital content space, with responsibility for marketing, product, engineering, customer support, customer analytics, user experience and design. Mr. Chan earned double bachelor’s degree from the University of Melbourne, graduating at the top of his class in engineering and economics. Having lived and worked in 6 countries, he is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese.