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Emanuele Tedeschi

Emanuele TedeschiCourse: MSC Business Consulting 2015-16
City of residence: Milan
Employer: Deloitte Consulting
Interests: Football, music (I play the electric guitar and piano), finance and coffee making.
Contact details: e dot tedeschisamaia at gmail dot com


When were you at Warwick?
I completed my Master’s in Business Consulting in 2016 achieving a Merit. I had the chance of being taught by real life consultants such as Mark Skilton, which were able to give us a real insight on the industry and examples of a day-to-day life of a real consultant.

Do you have any fond memories?
In Warwick I had a trilling and exciting year. I was able to meet with a huge number of international students which I will always have the pleasure to call friends. The amount of group work was extremely challenging, however it gave us the chance to really bond and get to know eachother from a professional and personal perspective.

Where did you live while you were at Warwick?
I was living in Heronbank, one of the most beautiful spots at the University. I was surrounded by lakes and trees and it was fantastic to stroll around campus during my free time.

Were you a member of any societies?
I was part of the Warwick Consulting Society, and had the chance to work on real life case studies as well as meeting lots of consultants that took the time to come meet us in Warwick and mentor us towards a career in the Consulting sector

What are you doing now?
I managed to secure a position as a management consultant at Deloitte. At the moment, I am working in the Digital Transformation field, helping organisations to exploit their potential, increase their reach and minimise costs using all sorts of technologies.

Why did you decide to become an alumni ambassador?
I have and will always feel extrimely proud to be a Warwick student, and felt like giving back what the University gave me. I feel like all those who deserves it should have a chance to study and Warwick.

What kind of people make up the Warwick alumni community in your area?
I actually never met another Warwick Alumni in Italy.

Have you been back to Warwick recently?
I have been back in Warwick in January for my graduation, and I can’t tell how fantastic and exciting it was to go back to the business school and all the other places I’ve been so many times as a student. I will always have great memories associated to Warwick and will take any chance I have to go back and meet with my fellow class mates.

Anything else you care to add?
Please don’t hesitate to contact me in case you wanted any advice on your academic career. I’m always open to discuss any business opportunity or just have a chat about football;)