Business Case Structuring
Online Course

Course language: Russian or English

Why do you need structuring?

Knowing frameworks is not enough, you need to show independent and creative thinking
The most common reason for rejection in interviews is 'lack of structure'
You can solve any business problem effectively if you can mind map the solution tree
1-2 minutes

To think through your answer and invent a framework for your answer
2-3 minutes

To make an impression on the interviewer and show your case interview skills
70-80%

Candidates get rejected due to poor structuring skills
2%

Of candidates eventually receive an offer. Fless will multiply your chances x10

What will you get from this course?

Online
Conference calls in GoToMeeting with the instructor, discussions with group in Telegram
No frameworks
You will learn to think independently and develop your own structures
Materials
Solve 20+ cases and receive personalised materials for interview prep
Feedback
The group is led by a professional mentor who will provide personalised feedback
Advantages of the course
Active Participation
You will receive a lot of practice in 6 lessons. Students are encouraged to structure as many cases as possible and receive feedback for their class and homework performance
Professional Instructor
Anna has been professionally teaching case interview for over 5 years. She taught thousands of cases, collected a library of 3K quality cases, and placed a few dozen people into MBB
Interaction With Classmates
The advantage of studying in a group is often underestimated. You will have a great chance of learning from others, and you will develop a network of likeminded people and find parters of the same preparation level as you
Anna Saakyan
Instructor and Mentor
Full-time professional business case instructor with 5 years of experience. About 30 of her students received offers from McKinsey, Bain, and BCG. Anna helped most of them overcome the "bad structuring skills" feedback from first rounds.
Alumni feedback
Course requirements
Case Interview Basics
The course is geared at fine-tuning skills rather than explaining the basics. Successful candidates must have read "Case Interview Secrets" by Victor Cheng" and listened to his "Look Over My Shoulder" recordings
Motivation
You must at least be able to dedicate 2-3 hours to in-class work for 3 weeks in a row and just as much for homework. We cannot check your motivation and grit before admission - you have to make sure you have them.
Commitment
This course is focused on building a skillset rather than just lecturing. Lack of attendance leads to poor learning results
Course schedule
Group #33
May 13 - May 29
1 spot left
Group #34
May 23 - June 9
Experienced hires (7+), 2 spots left
Group #37-E
July 15 - July 31
In English
Course price
366$
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FAQ
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 structure cases and solve them in pairs with your classmates
How many students will there be in one group?
No more than 8