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Educational Leaves at A.T. Kearney

Anonymous A

Hello everyone!

I am currently interviewing with most consultancies and recently received an offer at A.T. Kearney. As I liked the atmosphere a lot I am really considering to start my professional career there.

Just one thing which I forgot to ask and now would like to know if anyone here can share some information: are educational leaves at A.T. Kearney common? and do you get supported financially if you decide to pursue a Ph.D. / MBA?

On a different note: what do exit opportunities look like? is changing to MBB possible?

Many thanks for your help!

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B replied on 04/11/2018
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Hey anonymous,

No, in most of the countries (at least in Europe) it's not common at all for AT Kearney consultants to take time to get an MBA, especially because again in most of them the company will not sponsor its consultants. The only countries where I've seen consultants doing PHDs were Switzerland and Germany, and as far as I know it's shorter-term PHDs, because no company (not even MBBs) will sponsor someone to leave for 5 years!

About exit opportunities, you can always try to move to MBBs but it's really difficult. Easier path is after doing an MBA.

Best

Bruno

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Vlad replied on 04/11/2018
McKinsey / Accenture / Got all BIG3 offers / More than 300 real MBB cases / Harvard Business School

Hi,

Educational leaves are quite common, but getting the sponsorship is tough:

  • They definitely don't sponsor PHD
  • They sponsor MBA only partially and it's not a general rule. So you have to negotiate directly with the office managing director

Best