Experience a summer Fellowship in one of the world’s leading business centers
London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is highly modern and strikingly ancient. With a history dating back to Roman times, it is the biggest city in western Europe, the world’s largest financial center, and a hub of art, media, law, business, fashion, entertainment, and politics.
Gaining consulting experience in London with the Beacon Fellowship is an opportunity not to be missed. Scroll down for details about dates and fees, or to contact an admissions counselor for more information.
Summer 2020: 4-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jun 20
Session 2: Jun 21 - Jul 18
Session 3: July 19 - Aug 15
Summer 2020: 8-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jul 18
Session 2: Jun 21 - Aug 15
Winter 2019/2020: 1-week sessions
Session 1: Dec 14 - 23
Session 2: Jan 4 - 13
Note: Site-date combinations may become unavailable as Fellowships fill, so we encourage you to apply early! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for details on current program capacities.
Winter 2019 | 1-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $2450 ($1500 enrollment fee + $950 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $2950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $1450 program fee)
Summer 2020 | 4-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $5950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $4450 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $6950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $5450 program fee)
Summer 2020 | 8-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $9950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $8450 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $11950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $10450 program fee)
Note: Fellows who pay complete fee upon enrollment will receive a discount of $100, $200 or $400 depending on program length.
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More about London
London’s center contains the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, and Westminster Abbey, the coronation site of the British monarchy. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the entire city, including the South Bank cultural complex.
Called Londinium at its founding, London was a small, walled city built by the Romans. This area is now called “The City of London” and is home to London’s central business district.