Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (also branded as "Deloitte", is the largest private professional services organization in the world. According to the organization's website as of 2010, Deloitte has approximately 170,000 staff at work in more than 140 countries, delivering audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services through its member firms. Its global headquarters is located in Paramount Plaza, Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York.
The Deloitte graduate scheme
Deloitte relies on the highest quality of fresh talent to provide innovative thinking, diverse insight and to help realise our one straightforward goal: to be recognised as the most trusted professional services firm. Given our breadth and depth in providing Audit, Tax, Consulting and Corporate Finance services across all major industries, we can offer the kind of clients, complexity and challenges you need to continue your personal growth.
We believe in giving people real responsibility early on, so there is plenty of scope for rapid career progression in any of our service areas – management consultancy, tax, accountancy and IT.
In addition, the recent merger of Drivers Jonas LLP with Deloitte LLP has established the new benchmark for how real estate advisory services will be provided in today’s business world. Drivers Jonas Deloitte is looking for a number of General Practice, Project Management/Building Surveying and Town Planning graduates.
What you need:
On top of academic excellence, Deloitte singles out those applicants with the drive and motivation to really excel in a competitive field. Academically, they require: Grade B or above in GCSE maths and A*-C in GCSE English Language (or equivalent qualification) - gained in a first sitting.
Between 300-320 UCAS points from 3 subjects, excluding general studies - gained from a first sitting. Scottish highers 5th year results are considered as equivalents. A minimum of a 2:1 degree classification from any discipline: however, Actuarial and Actuarial and Insurance Solutions both require a mathematical background. Potential applicants who do not meet these criteria may still apply through the "mitigating circumstances" option, but all claims must be backed up by a letter from a head teacher or university tutor.