Business Judgement
for case interviews

Online course

Course language: Russian or English

Study all major
industries and functions
Practice advanced cases
from McKinsey, Bain, and BCG
Led by ex-McKinsey
consultant
20
cases

solved during the course
12
industries

6 core industries and 6 additional
2
interviews

individual mock case interviews
32
hours

16 hours in class and
16+ hours of home assignments
6 out of the 12 industries will be scrutinised:
1. Information technologies
2. Telecommunications
3. Banking
4. Oil and Gas
5. Mining (heavy industries)
6. Retail
7. Pharmaceuticals
8. Agriculture
9. Electric Power and Natural Gas
10. Media
11. Commercial Real Estate
12. Airlines

Key facts about the course

Online
Video conferences with the instructor and group discussions in Telegram
Community
A group of strong candidates and like-minded students to practice with outside of class
Materials
Advanced cases and consulting research assignments
Mentorship
Instructor is an experienced
ex-McKinsey

Advantages of the course

BIG 3 business judgement
Good business judgement is essential for strong experienced candidates and advanced interns. You will develop it in this course
Experienced instructor
Julia is an ex-McKinsey and has worked in many different industries and functions. She knows well what she is teaching
Structured knowledge base
6 core industries and 6 additionally will be analysed, investigated, structured and assessed
Course requirements
Strong experience
This is an advanced interview prep course. Participation requires 20+ prior mock case interviews or successful completion of the business case structuring course
Screening
All participants are required to submit their CVs and pass a short admission interview with the instructor
Alumni feedback
Yulia Polozhentseva
INSTRUCTOR
Yulia worked at HSBC and McKinsey in Almaty, Kazakhstan. After maternity leave she dedicated herself to teaching at business schools and coaching candidates for consulting. She also provides advisory and consulting support to different businesses
Yulia Polozhentseva
INSTRUCTOR
Yulia worked at HSBC and McKinsey in Almaty, Kazakhstan. After maternity leave she dedicated herself to teaching at business schools and coaching candidates for consulting. She also provides advisory and consulting support to different businesses
Course schedule

Group #4
Not available
Course price
US$ 583
- 15 hours in class
- 2 hours 1-on-1 with the instructor
- 16+ hours of homework
- 12 indusries
- 20 cases with personal feedback
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FAQ
Structuring vs Business Judgement?
Structuring course lays the right foundation of all your case interview practice. Business Judgement course is a follow-up dedicated to advanced topics in management consulting and industry overview. Business Judgement is not so much about passing an interview, as it is about developing business acumen.
How can I pay for the course?
We currently offer two options: direct payment by bank details or PayPal. Payment by credit card should be available by summer 2019.
What if I have financial difficulties?
We offer payment by instalments: 50% to secure a spot in a group, remaining 50% before the first lesson starts. Other terms and dates are discussible.
Do you offer discounts?
All Fless alumni get a 10% discount for the second and all further courses.
You can also get an additional 5% discount for suggesting our course to a friend. For more information, please contact us at admissions@flessibilita.pro
Unfortunately, we do not have special discounts for students.
What is the language of instruction?
Russian or English
What are the IT requirements for this course?
- A PC / Mac
- Headphones with a microphone and a webcam (for the introductory lesson)
- A good enough* internet connection

*good enough = allowing you to send and receive at least 360p video

We use 3 professional platforms for our classes:
- GoToMeeting for conference calls (can be downloaded for free in advance)
- Telegram for outside-of-class discussions with group and homework turn in
Is this course for university students or for experienced professionals? Who is the typical student?
While there is no reason why a university student would not succeed in this course (and they often do!), most students in this course are experienced professionals. A typical student is a graduate with 2-5 years of work experience. Exceptions (university students with no experience, unusual work experience, university major not related to math or economics) do occur about 17% of the time.
What homework do you assign?
You will have 3-4 hours of homework per week. You will need to do research for specific industry cases and prepare your argumentation for in-class case solving
How many students will there be in one group?
No more than 6