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L.E.K. Consulting Application and Interview Tips

L.E.K. Manager Liz S. shares her tips for acing the application and interview process.

The L.E.K. Consulting Interview Process from A to Z

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the interview stage. To help you prepare, I’ve answered a few questions that always seem to be at the top of each candidate’s mind.

Q:  What should I wear during the interview?
A:  Dress for success in your best business attire – suits, etc.

Q:  Where exactly is the office located?
A:  Click here for the addresses of every global office, and directions for getting there. 

Application Deadlines FAQ

You have questions about application deadlines and we have answers. As you’ll see, they do vary a bit. There are a number of schools that we’ve built strong relationships with over the years that have established specific application deadlines with us (including some Ivy League schools in the U.S., the London Business School, etc.). Check out the complete list of school-specific application deadlines here.

Keys to Succeeding in Management Consulting

L.E.K. Consultant Alan G. shares his thoughts about the traits and interests that you need to have to thrive in the management consulting industry.

Consultant John M. Shares his Insights into L.E.K.


 

I’m a Consultant (post-MBA position) in L.E.K. Consulting’s Boston office, but I actually started at L.E.K. in 2005 as an Associate coming from undergrad. Looking back, I decided to return to L.E.K. after getting my MBA at Tuck for many of the same reasons that I chose L.E.K. in the first place.

Tips for Landing a Job in Management Consulting

Kevin, an Associate at L.E.K., shares some of the steps that he took as he defined his career path and worked to get the “inside track” once he identified where he wanted to work.

So what makes L.E.K. different from other consulting firms?

There is no shortage of qualities that make this place quite special. One example is the International opportunities at L.E.K. — about one-third of all L.E.K. projects are global or have international aspects to them. The chance to work with teams globally is exciting, and the exposure to diverse people and their cultures is irreplaceable. International relocation —temporary or permanent — is an option that many here choose to pursue.

Taking a Look at L.E.K.’s Community Service

Karen Kauffman, the Executive Director of Inspire, Inc., and an Associate at L.E.K. Consulting, describes how Inspire provides management consulting services for other nonprofits. She highlights the benefits for clients, and the junior consulting staff from L.E.K. and other management consulting firms who volunteer for Inspire.

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