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Real-life consulting interview simulation - Market sizing case part
Live on Wednesday, November 30, 7PM – 8PM (CET)
Our Webinar is for YOU! If you are
(1-5 years of work experience)
(5-10 years of work experience)

You are graduating from a business school and would like to get the returns on investments in your education and start an exciting career path in consulting.
You are graduating soon and looking for opportunities in consulting? But you lack experience and feel that you need a comprehensive preparation to get an internship or a full-time offer at one of the leading consulting companies.
Young Professional
You are not satisfied with the situation at your current job or would like to make a switch to consulting, gain new opportunities, and boost your career.
Experienced Hire
Your career progression stopped at your current job but you want to unleash your full potential at one of the leading consulting companies.
Would you like to get a job at one of top consulting companies?
In our webinars, we simulate interviews in a format they are conducted in tier 1 consulting companies like McKinsey, BCG, Bain, so it gets clear for you what you should be prepared of.

Our mentees and people who attend our webinars find it extremely helpful in terms of preparation for their upcoming interviews.

Even if you already had experience of interviews in consulting companies, you will definetely benefit from visiting our events and get new knowledge and insights that you will able to use for your preparation process and furute interviews.

These logos you see are only a part of all the companies in which our graduates got job offers. Want to do the same? Register to our webinar!
What benefits will you gain from this webinar?
What questions should be asked the interviewer? Which ones be avoided?
What is crucial for the Fit Part? How to convince the company that you are a perfect fit for them?
Nowadays it is not enough to just be well prepared for the interviews. You have to be the best.
First of all, you are going to experience the following things:
Solving a case in an interactive small group format
Understanding of what case-solving look like in real interviews
Getting actionable feedback from our coaches and other candidates
Ex-consultant and expert coach André Homulenko
and an ex McKinsey and coach Gaurav Bhosle
Meet the Host
André Homulenko
Gaurav Bhosle
Since 2014, I've been career coaching my mentees to help them receive offers from the top consulting firms fromall over the world.

I'm ex-Senior Manager in the industry and occupied a position of an acting Project Manager at Roland Berger.

I made a fast-track career from a Consultant to acting Project Manager in just 3 years (while it took my peers 5-6 years to do the same).

I have more than 7 years of experience in international consulting and have taken part in more than 30 projects in the world (more than 10 countries).
Full-time Career Coach since 2014, with 500+ clients coached by me already working in top consulting firms, 200+ clients working at MBB

I have 6 years of Strategy Consulting experience in Europe, Asia, and Africa working in 15+ industries & 20+ countries

2008-10 with McKinsey and 2011-13 with Accenture Strategy. I grew from entry-level to Senior Manager in 6 years

I am ICF certified Career Transition Coach, an entrepreneur with 2 successful startups, and own a recruitment firm
joined MBB
mentees got their offers
of coaching
in consulting
we combine:
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November 30, Wednesday, 7PM – 8PM (CET)
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