POLARIS INDUSTRY MASTERCLASS
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING 4
Lesson will begin on 22nd January 2024
Structured and practical learning under a case-based approach
Live Q&A Session
Live Q&A sessions to address individual's queries and problems
Flexible learning schedule at your own pace
Complete weekly assignments to exercise learning transfer
Top performers of the class may be provided with project opportunities
Testimonial of Past Students
"I came into this course as a beginner, with no industry knowledge. I now have a better understanding of how the consulting industry is like and also learnt a few problem solving techniques"
"The masterclass helps to clear my queries on this industry and to find out if I am suitable for the career. I also had a better understanding on how to prepare myself for this career path."
"The masterclass provides me with a fresh perspective towards communicating and approaching problems. What I appreciate the most is the transferrable skills I attained for school and work"
Principal from BCG
Ex-McKinsey Senior Engagement Manager
6+ years experience serving Tier-1/-2 banks, insurance, and Fintech in Southeast Asia and Singapore
MBA from Yale School of Management
Master of Science from Georgia Tech
Bachelor from NUS with 1st class honors in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Learn management consulting skillsets - keys to getting competitive advantage on career growth.
Work on case studies from leading venture capital firm - apply what you have learnt into practice.
Polaris comprises of recorded video courses, live Q&A sessions, and weekly project tasks, and all of these are taking place online. The video courses are pre-recorded and are split into bit-size clips according to curriculum. Weekly project tasks are also assigned weekly and students are required to complete the task within that week. Live Q&A sessions will be organized to enable students to ask questions.
Consulting Interview Preparation
Introduction & Demystify management consulting industry
Tips for Personal Experience Interview (PEI)
Typical case structure
Tips for case interview
Register before 22nd Jan 2024 and begin!
Complete weekly video courses and assignments
Attend live Q&A sessions to clarify your queries
Submit all assignments to receive a Certificate of Completion
Top performers may receive project opportunity
As retail experiences evolve globally, there has been a significant growth in online purchases. In these turbulent times, the world of e-commerce becomes adaptable to the changing needs of consumers and the ever-changing business environment. In addition, COVID-19 has seen a growth impulse for e-commerce, with increase in digital penetration and uptake in consumer sentiment to shop online. It also dramatically impact certain industries, created new opportunities for direct consumers and e-commerce players. It is important to understand the market dynamics under the new normal and outline the strategy to capture the rising e-commerce opportunities.
Upon successful completion of Polaris project tasks, candidates will be awarded certificate of completion.
You may include this into your resume as project experience and boost your chances in seeking for a job.
Past Masterclass Review
"Great walkthrough for the homework assignment and leaving us plenty of options to explore the material more in-depth by ourselves."
"It covered a wide range of the basics of Python and provided relevant examples to explain. The overall presentation and contents are easy to understand and easy to pick up.
Looking forward to more complex and flexible usage of Python in data analysis."
"The lessons on Bloomberg and other databases are really useful for me. Even though I cannot have any hands-on experiences by using Bloomberg Terminals, these knowledge and demonstration can help a lot to build a good foundation for my future career!"
"Personally, I find the lessons interesting as it shows us the approach in which consultants uses to solve problems. The live session with Mike's sharing also helps us to know more about the consulting industry, which can be quite difficult to do so unless you know someone in the industry itself."