Purdue University Consulting Club

Purdue University Consulting Club


The Purdue University Consulting Club’s (PUCC) goal is preparing Purdue graduate and undergraduate students for success in management consulting companies.

The Purdue University Consulting Club (PUCC) provides the students of Purdue University the opportunity to gain understanding and exposure to the consulting industry. PUCC provides its members opportunities for academic development and professional development, and resources required to prepare for a career in consulting through the following:

  • Resume workshops
  • Case Interview practice sessions
  • Professionally led Case Interview workshops
  • Case competitions (More than two)
  • PowerPoint and Excel Sessions
  • Guest speakers from the industry (Five or more annually)
  • City Treks
  • Exclusive access to consulting career guide and CaseBook.

The club aims to provide its members with opportunities to meet and interact with leading consultants from the top consulting companies in the world. This helps the students explore the various career paths available to consultants at different points in their careers. The club will also arrange various networking events to enable students to interact with the consultants in an informal atmosphere and provide them with a better understanding of the industry.

Additionally, the club will help students with acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the consulting recruiting and interview process. To this end, it will arrange mock interviews with second-year students and industry personnel. It will also provide members with resources such as critical resources and access to case books of other leading business schools.

PUCC is also in the process of setting up a student-run consulting company – Purdue Student Consulting (PSC) to provide the club members real-world and hands-on experience in consulting.

* Students interested in consulting as a career are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the executive board members directly through social media or email. Keep in mind that it gets really busy once school start, so jump start your professional development by working out the plan early.

For more information about the club, contact the board directly or check out our profile within Purdue University.


Upcoming Events:-

Krannert Drawing Room Event on 28th Aug from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at Krannert Drawing Hall

PUCC Callout on 28th Aug 6:00PM to 8:00PM at Rawls 3rd floor commons, followed by networking dinner at Mad Mushroom

Case Competition Training & Resume Review on 3rd Sep from 5:00 to 7:30 pm at Rawls 3rd floor commons

Marc Consentino Case prep sessions & 1:1 mock interviews on 13th & 14th Oct at Rawls Hall & Krannert Auditorium

Cognizant Business Consulting Information Session on 9th Oct at Rawls Hall

Cognizant Business Consulting Case Competition in Sep


Information & Speaker Session:-

Crowe Horwath Information Session in Sep

A.T. Kearney Networking Session in September

Marc Hochman – A.T. Kearney Speaker Session on 29th Sep in Mgmt 565

Gallup Consulting Information Session in Oct

I.B.M Speaker sesssion



Case Competitions:-

NUS Case Competition – Sep 2013

Cognizant Business Consulting Case Competition – Sep 2014

West Monroe Case Competition – Nov 2013

John Molson Case Competition – Jan 2015

Katz International Case Competition – Jan 2015

KGSA Case Competition – Oct. 2015


City Trek:-

Chicago – Company Trek





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