So let’s say you got interested in consulting in undergrad…
And then you were “sold” on joining a boutique consulting firm right after graduation…
But then you realized you wanted to move into finance and move to another country.
What would you do?
Network a lot?
Move to a more finance-related role first?
Apply to top-tier business schools?
“All of the above” might be the best answer here, as you’ll see from one reader who made this exact transition.
In addition to all that, you’ll also discover:
- What MBA-level recruiting at a top business school is like, and what separates successful candidates from unsuccessful ones.
- How to defy the odds and work in the finance industry in China as a foreigner.
- Whether or not you need a steppingstone job if you’re using an MBA to transition into investment banking.
- Whether or not IB recruiting is easier now that tech is attracting more MBA candidates.
Boutique Consulting to TAS in China: Lost in Translation?