Management  Consulting Internships offers in Asia

Your unique learning experience in Asia starts here

Solidiance offers internships programs to students from leading global universities and business schools. The sole focus of our internship program is to provide students with an unmatched real life and on-the-job learning experience. Our goal is to challenge your academic wisdom and to increase your practical hands-on knowledge of strategy consulting in Asia. We also sometime use this opportunity to evaluate students for full-time positions upon graduation. Internship opportunities are highly selective. Applicants must have a strong academic record and show outstanding interpersonal skills, the ability to think and write clearly, and to extract insights from industry data. We seek highly motivated students studying a wide variety of fields, so don't be shy, we are open minded. Feel free to send us your You Tube resume for an even faster response.

Interns are not directly involved in clients' engagements but may occasionally join our teams to provide support and learn on-the-ground approaches. You will mostly be involved in the write up of thoughts leadership whitepapers. This will involve live discussions with C-level executives in Asia, some desk research,  analysis, and report writing.  The whitepaper may be published by Solidiance and the specialized press.

Interns may also be involved in specific operational tasks such as clients event organization, CSR activities, CRM enhancements, etc. You will be assigned a mentor to guide you through your internship. Our internship programs are offered throughout the year and vary from 2 to 6 months. Internships are not remunerated but we may provide a performance allowance matching your efforts and delivery at our sole discretion.

If you are keen to have a fantastic learning experience in Asia Strategy Advisory, please send us your resume to :


Here is what recent interns had to say about their Solidiance internship experience:

 

Our interns usually come from the following business schools