I worked at Deloitte full-time
-Very good training programme
-Good study support
-Interesting client work
-Can have extended busy season depending on clients
-Traveling to work at places in the middle of nowhere, instead of utlising local office staff
I applied online. The process took 7+ months. I interviewed at Deloitte (London, England) in March 2017.
The application process took a long time- 6/7 months. I first did an online application which wasn't too bad. There were 2 boxes one about your motivations and one about what you think will be your day-to-day role. After the online application they sent online tests to do. The tests were like usual so a SJT and numerical. After this, they took a long time to get back to me about the next stage, when I say long time I mean from August to December. I finally got told about an assessment centre after a lot of chasing up through emailing regularly. In this assessment centre, I was put with about 11 other people a mix of graduates and industrial placement students. On the day, I undertook a group exercise first where in about a group of 6, we were each given a location and then had to talk to our group about the location we were given and why it would be good or bad. Then we had to come to a decision with which location we all want. After the group work, I went on to do a reading task that I was then asked questions on in the interview afterwards. The questions on the written task included, what you think were the problems, what was the company doing etc. The second half of the interview was competency based questions. They told me the same day in the evening I'd got to the next stage which was the final interview. I had to wait a long time before I received a date for the final interview (3 months) where I was interviewed by a senior partner. I first had to do a 5 minute presentation on a topic they gave a few days before the interview and was asked a couple questions on it. Then the interview questions were more why I wanted to do the role and work at Deloitte.