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Arthur D Little

Arthur D Little Interviews
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Anonymous A asked on Oct 31, 2016

Hi! I have an interview with Arthur D Little coming up. Anyone have any experiences they would kindly like to share?!

I would much appreciate it.

Thank you

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Anonymous B replied on Nov 10, 2016


have you already had your interview? Which location?

I don’t know if this is helpful for you, since I don’t have experience with Arthur D Little myself, but a friend of mine had an interview with them in Frankfurt a few years ago.

He was invited to that “Super Friday” application day. As far as I know, there were two rounds: the first one included personal interviews and case study discussions with the consultants. After that, there is a written analytical test and then you get your feedback and find out whether you made it to the second round. In the second round, you have to present a case study and then they make their decision. The interview was partly in German and partly in English.

If you already had the interview, I would love to hear your experience, since I am thinking of applying there, as well.

Let me know please.

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W on Apr 22, 2017

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It's similar to other strategy consulting firms recruiting process.

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W updated an answer on Apr 22, 2017


How did the interview go? Working at Arthur D. Little in a European office, I will explain the (general) interview procedure here for any future applicants, which is not much different from any other strategy company. Depending on the level you interview for there are two or three interview rounds. For business analysts, the entry level for recent graduates, there are generally two interview rounds. The first round you will be speaking with consultants and managers (probably about three of them). These are usually one hour interviews, accompanied with cases. These cases can be oral or written, include a presentation, etc. The second interview round would be with directors and partners (probably three) and als includes cases.

Preparation would be the same as for other strategy consultants (make sure you can explain your motivation, achievements and shortcomings, practice your math, and make sure you can solve the typical consuling cases).


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