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Job application - your opinion

 
#1 Job application - your opinion
27/03/2011 00:23

Pure

Hi everyone -

Contemplating the idea of applying with big4 in London - consulting - change management/ human capital - consultant

Background - law degree with four years of international work experience (continent) / one in project management - rest in US/international law firm - considered equal to magic circle law firms in the UK - worked on corporate accounts/ transactions, lot of due diligence, extensive experience in client management. Currently completing post-grad at top uni in the UK (think Oxbridge, LSE, Imperial) in org. management/ org. behavior - big focus on change management, human capital management and etc.

Any thoughts?

Thanks

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#2 RE: Job application - your opinion
27/03/2011 04:46

anon to Pure (#1)

What's to debate? Graduate entries close early in the UK so don't delay. Just apply. Carpe diem. Get on with it.

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#3 RE: Job application - your opinion
27/03/2011 11:44

Alex to anon (#2)

Give them a ring and talk to them. Talk about those aspects of you work experience that relate to your target job. With four years of experience, you might be underselling yourself applying for graduate program. You don't wanna be stuck with some 20 year old kids who haven't a day of work experience. If you are at Oxbridge/LSE/Imperial, they all should have excellent career services so talk to them and see what they think.

Good luck

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