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    can you tell me please up to 1-2 year courses that would be good to have to give me an idea of the industry and help me enter it? either IB or consulting

    Not in Masters level, but below

    please list some

    thanks!
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    (Original post by studos)
    hello!

    can you tell me please up to 1-2 year courses that would be good to have to give me an idea of the industry and help me enter it? either IB or consulting

    Not in Masters level, but below

    please list some

    thanks!
    To get into IB and good consulting jobs you need to do a degree, which lasts three years. There are no shortcut courses or anything like that to help you get in to the industry. Every applicant is judged on their extra curricular activities (sports, music, volunteering, societies) and their motivation and understanding of the industry, which is tested in the interviews.

    Why do you even want to spend one to two years learning about an industry? All it takes is a quick Google search or an insight week when at university.
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    (Original post by studos)
    hello!

    can you tell me please up to 1-2 year courses that would be good to have to give me an idea of the industry and help me enter it? either IB or consulting

    Not in Masters level, but below

    please list some

    thanks!
    You asked this already dude. As I've said, hopping into a big4 audit grad scheme then qualifying with an ACA is the only non-further-degree way of breaking in. Your best bet is to do a Masters at a target if you've graduated so you can take part in recruiting again.

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