Acing the Case Interview: An Asian Perspective

Case interviews are widely used for business roles in many industries, not just consulting. Mastering case interviews is thus a powerful skill to have for those aspiring to land their dream jobs.

Benefit from our expert trainer’s diverse consulting experience in the China, Japan, US and Singapore markets. Learn from NUS Alumni Zehao Xiong (BSc Financial Mathematics) who was a consultant at Kearney and Deloitte Consulting, and Miki Watanabe, General Manager at Hax Tokyo and previously consultant at Mckinsey.

Participate and learn from a Live case interview.

By attending this webinar, you will:

  1. Gain insight into common types of case interviews and examples (e.g. market entry, market sizing)
  2. Learn about the key stages of a case interview (e.g. framework development, quantitative / qualitative analysis)
  3. Master key thinking and communication techniques for effective problem solving
  4. Practice through mini drills and real case interviews and receive personalised feedback

This session is suitable for both beginner and experienced candidates.
Register by 1 September.

Speakers

Xiong Zehao

Xiong Zehao

Zehao had 5 years of management consulting experiences in Kearney and Deloitte Consulting. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from NUS in 2015. To pursue his dream in the technology world, he has gone through extremely competitive interview processes and received multiple offers from the strategy and investment team in the most prestigious internet companies incl. Google, Tencent, Bytedance, DiDi Chuxing.

Zehao has helped more than 50 candidates prepare for both consulting and non-consulting interviews. Zehao is famous for accurately predicting potential interview questions, crafting punchy and concise answers, and providing personalized feedback to help candidates deliver the message in the most natural manner.

Miki Watanabe

Miki Watanabe

Miki was a manager with McKinsey and Company in Chicago, Tokyo and Ethiopia serving corporate and public sector clients on growth and innovation related topics. Her work ranges from developing long-term innovation strategy for Fortune 50 companies, to defining investment strategy for one of the largest bilateral banks in Africa. She was also on the campus recruiting team for McKinsey, and was an interviewer. Prior to McKinsey, she earned a BBA with high distinction from the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business. She was a peer career coach while at school.

Miki grew up in China, Japan and the U.S., and is trilingual in Chinese, Japanese and English. Currently, she is with HAX, the world’s first and largest VC accelerator program for hardware. She is Vice President at HAX and General Manager of HAX Tokyo. She empowers new startups with defining product and go-to-market strategies. She also focuses on continuous development of HAX’s global ecosystem of founders, partners, and investors globally.

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Date: Friday, 24 September 2021

Event Time: 9am – 12pm

Faculties: School of Design and Environment, School of Computing, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Target Audience: All non-Business School undergraduate students

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