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Get the inside buzz from interns at Arthur D. Little

7.7 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 3 ratings in 2017)
"Steep, enjoyable learning curve."
Culture
7.3 / 10
 
Hours
7.7 / 10
 
Training
6.0 / 10
 
Remuneration
5.3 / 10
 
Integration
8.3 / 10
 

Pros

  • 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.

Cons

  • 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...

"Taking a look at a tutorial video concerning Excel might be worth your time."

"As everyone works hard, it can be slightly on the quiet side in the office. However,..."

"I feel that managers are mindful and generally respect work/life balance."

"Free dinner and drinks are provided on a number of occasions."

"After a CV and cover letter screening process, the candidate goes through several..."

"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."

"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..."

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

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

"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 perhaps like there to be more formal training."

"The remuneration might be higher than some summer internships, but I think it's too..."

"Supervisors and case managers are very accessible. I had great guidance when I began..."

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