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French Casebooks/étude de cas en francais

Hi, can I know whether anyone has resources of French casebooks? Any relevant case prep materials in French would be great!! Thank you so much!

Hi, can I know whether anyone has resources of French casebooks? Any relevant case prep materials in French would be great!! Thank you so much!

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Hello!

Even if you are interviewing in offices where French is the local languages, cases are (1) presented and documented in English and (2) conducted in the two languages: local and English.

Hence, I don´t believe it would give you any advantage.

Hope it helps!

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Hello!

Even if you are interviewing in offices where French is the local languages, cases are (1) presented and documented in English and (2) conducted in the two languages: local and English.

Hence, I don´t believe it would give you any advantage.

Hope it helps!

Cheers,

Clara

Hi Clara, thank you so much for your answering! Yeah it's actually only relatable to the Montreal office. They want the candidates to be bilingual, so there's always one French case and one English case. T.T . If, by any chance, you have some recommendations, that would be great! Thank you so much for your reply again. — Jingyi on Jan 17, 2020