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What is the scope for Petroleum Engineers/Oil and Gas Professionals, who wish to enter top consulting firms, in Germany?

A. asked on Apr 05, 2019
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Serhat replied on Apr 22, 2019
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I am a specialized consultant working 90% of the times in energy projects. Happy to help if you could little bit explain your question in detail.

Riccardo replied on Apr 07, 2019
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Hi,

Top Consulting firms in Germany do ​recruit Oil&Gas/Petroleum professionals, as this is one of the practise present also there.
You can either decide to aplpy to
- through expert track directly
- continue your academic career before applying
Please consider MBA sponsoring is also a possibility when entering MBB.


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A. replied on Apr 06, 2019

By scope, I am referring to the opportunities/possibilities for such professionals who wish to enter the top consulting firms.

Also, what line of action should such a professional adopt; either pursue a business related degree first OR a Masters Degree in a technical discipline is also sufficient to enter these firms in Germany?

Vlad replied on Apr 05, 2019
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Please define "scope"

Opportunities/possibilities etc. Also what strategy or line of action should such a professional adopt? Is there a need to pursue a business related degree first OR Masters in a technical field would be sufficient? — A. on Apr 06, 2019