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7.7 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 3 ratings in 2017)
"A great learning experience."
7.3 / 10
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8.3 / 10


  • Interns are given a high level of responsibility and are well integrated into the company.
  • There is a great variety in roles for interns to experience and learn from.


  • Some feel that remuneration could be higher considering the cost of living in London.
  • Interns may find themselves working quite long hours on occasion.

What insiders say about...

"The process includes an interview, a small case, an Excel case and a presentation...."

"Our culture is very open minded and collegial, and not at all an "elbow culture"..."

"My working hours are usually between 9:00am and 7:00pm."

"All expenses you incur on business trips are paid for by the company. Also, the administrative..."

"We have two interview rounds. The first comprises of two interviews with consultants..."

"My interview was a common management consulting interview, consisting of a CV review..."

"I have had various responsibilities which were very similar to those of a Business..."

"Getting access to different types of projects across several industries."

"Living in London on an intern's salary can be challenging, although the signing-on..."

"I was attracted to Arthur D Little by the small size of the firm, the culture and..."

"It is the oldest consultancy firm in the world."

"A great place to initiate a career in management consulting that gives interns responsibilities..."

"The unique position of the firm (it sits in between strategy and implementation)..."

"I received training sessions and training documents from business analysts and consultants..."

"I would have liked to know earlier about my internship extension (four months initially..."

"I think the remuneration on offer here is okay for an internship."

"The size of the office implies that the interns are directly exposed to the most..."

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