Newton Europe Overview

  • Abingdon, United Kingdom
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2001
  • Company - Private
  • Consulting
  • $50 to $100 million (USD)

Some would call us a consulting firm. But we’re not a traditional one. We take on our clients’ apparently insurmountable challenges, and surmount them, helping to crack some of the biggest challenges that businesses and public sector organisations face. We’re called on to bring ...
Mission: We’re a team of some of the brightest and most curious minds with a fundamental belief that every organisation can be better. We crack some of the toughest business and public sector challenges of the day. Not with reports or copy & paste thinking. But by pinpointing and ...

Company Updates

March 23, 2021
Here to reinvigorate your podcast feed and rekindle your curiosity, we’re thrilled to announce Newton Talks: The Management & Consultancy Podcast for Curious Minds which launches today! Newton Talks is a refreshingly different interview show. Each episode sees our Director of People, Kate Mills, hand the mic over to a Newton team member with an inquisitive brain for a conversation with an author, thinker or innovator whose big ideas are inspiring them right now. We kick off this mini-series in conversation with Matthew Syed on why we should seek more conflict at work, our second episode is a discussion with Kim Scott exploring the art of getting what you want by saying what you mean, and our final episode of the series features a chat with Sara Sanford on why unconscious bias training doesn't work (and what does). Thanks to our hosts Brad Jennings, Rosanne Furniss and Camilla Wigmore for their curious minds in helping create such interesting discussions. Full of unconventional wisdom that makes for a spectacularly interesting listen, stream or download all episodes here https://
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April 9, 2020
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Newton Europe Reviews

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 Andrew Hawes and Tom Wedgwood
Andrew Hawes and Tom Wedgwood
52 Ratings
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Jul 12, 2021 - Consultant
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO


38,500 base as a grad


Can be a high pressure environment
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Newton Europe Interviews

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Applied online82%
Campus Recruiting13%

  1. Graduate Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Switzerland
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Newton Europe (Switzerland)


    -Pre-recorded interview, simple questions with one requiring you to explain a complex process simply.
    - Assessment Centre, Team exercises designed to find who is passionate, motivated and who can work properly in a team without being overbearing.
    - If successful in the Assessment Centre, a short interview with a consultant
    - Two 45 minute interviews with senior consultants, regular interview with 30 minutes of questions about you, 10 mins of technical questions, and 5 mins for you to ask questions.
    Evaluate how you fit into Newtons desired values on their website, and how you have demonstrated each of them in the past to be successful in these interviews.

    There is a tube station with three escalators from the exit/entrance to the platform. Each one can either go up or down. They can not change direction. Explain which way you would have each of them going and why?

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Newton Europe Awards & Accolades

  • UK's Leading Management Consultants 2021Financial Times2021
  • 10thThe Job Crowd: Top Graduate Employers2021
  • 22ndThe Times Top 100 Graduate Employers2020
  • Best Leadership Development ProgrammeThe Training Journal Awards2018

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Does Newton Europe offer unlimited holiday?

...Newton do provide a lot of reactive support (supportive of extended periods of time off, remote GP service, free counselling etc) but often do not recognise/acknowledge that the excessive pressure people are put under including working away from home in the week, culture of over working, feedback culture (often poorly managed) and big focus on alcohol and partying to 'let off steam' isn't the most positive working environment...

January 19, 2021

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