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8.0 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 4 ratings in 2015)
"A great place to initiate a career in management consulting that gives interns responsibilities similar to permanent junior staff."
  • Interns are given a high level of responsibility and well integrated into the company
  • There is a great variety of projects and sectors for interns to experience
  • There can be a little uncertainty with regards to upcoming work
  • Interns may find themselves working quite long hours occassion
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What insiders say about...

"Before the interview prepare traditional case studies, get to know the firm and how..."

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

"In my experience, working hours are generally better at ADL than at most consult..."

"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..."

"Interview questions included: why did you choose to apply to Arthur D. Little? What..."

"Interns are given the chance to interact with the client, as well as to develop their..."

"As an intern at ADL you get a lot of exposure to both managers and clients."

"Working with only a few people in the office is perhaps a minus."

"I applied for this internship as I wanted to work in strategy consulting and ADL..."

"A truly global consulting firm comprised of brilliant people working on a wide range..."

"I chose Arthur D. Little because of their global reputation as the first management..."

"Training involved several presentations on key consulting problems and approache..."

"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."

"Interns are considered as a proper part of the team from day one."

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