Consulting Clubs

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Booth Management Consulting Club

“The Management Consulting Group (MCG) is committed to giving you a competitive advantage by providing comprehensive student development, extensive resources, and a wide range of networking opportunities.”

Harvard Graduate Consulting Club

“The Harvard Graduate Consulting Club (HGCC) is a student-run organization at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) with an active member base of 2,000+ graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.”

Stanford Consulting Club

“Non-profit, entirely student-run organization that aims to develop the next generation of top management consultants by giving students the opportunity to solve real-world business problems for our client companies.”

London Business School Consulting Club

“The LBS Consulting Club is one of the largest and most professional clubs on at LBS with over 2,000 student and alumni members and is focussed on helping students who are looking to pursue careers in consulting.”

Consulting Club at MIT

Easing transition between graduate life and a successful consulting career

IESE Consulting Club

“The IESE Consulting Club strives to support IESE students interested in commencing a career in consulting on this journey, with both relevant information, counsel and training, supplied through either the IESE Consulting Club, sponsored students with consulting background, and consulting companies.”

Hult Consulting Club

“The club focuses on developing club members’ consulting skills through specific training such as workshops and case interviews. In addition, the club maintains the relationship to the consulting industry by hosting speaker events and company visits.”

HKUST Consulting Club

The School of Business and Management of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, also known as HKUST Business School hosts the HKUST Consulting Club

INSEAD Consulting Club

Mission Statement: “To create and maintain a strong and lasting relationship with consulting firms, in order to assist INSEAD MBA participants to explore careers in consulting and to help them effectively prepare for the recruiting process.”

Columbia Graduate Consulting Club

“The purpose of this club is to provide opportunities for its members to learn about the field of management consulting.  We work with companies, speakers and the Center for career education to gain access to recruiters, to organize presentations by leaders in the field and to learn about the possibilities in the field of consulting, as well as for application and interview “preparedness” tips.”

Wharton Consulting Club

“Wharton Consulting Club is one of the largest student-run organizations at The Wharton School. Over the course of the academic year, the club partners with consulting firms and holds a wide range of events for its members. Our events help our club members to be ideally positioned for successful entry into management consulting.”

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