A place for current Deloitte leaders to inspire and develop the next generation
The Deloitte University EMEA curriculum will deliver cutting-edge learning that will develop the next generation of international business leaders and advisers
Be … part of an international network
Deloitte University EMEA offers a curriculum of leadership and business skills training developed by and for Deloitte member firms across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The trainings will be conducted by our senior leaders and will provide our people with the essential tools necessary to adapt to the ever-changing needs of our profession. They will also provide a unique opportunity to network and build strong relationships within our firm.
"We make it a priority to offer our people opportunities to connect in person, share ideas and insights, and develop or enhance their approaches to serving clients and doing business."
Jackie Hess, Managing Partner Talent
About Deloitte University EMEA
- DU EMEA was developed through a partnership among member firms in the region including South Africa, Belgium, Central Europe, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, and Austria.
- In FY14, nearly 4,000 people participated in the DU EMEA curriculum. Participation is expected to more than double in the next 3 years.
- DU EMEA participation was close to 10,000 training days in FY14, rising to at least 30,000 training days annually in the next three years. Training programmes include sessions organised centrally, locally or virtually (online).
- In FY13, learning programmes delivered at DU Westlake, Texas, USA increased the organisation’s investment in learning and development by 40 percent.
"Deloitte University is more than a physical location—it represents the global expansion of a different, and we think better, way of doing business. As a professional services organisation, we need smart, well-trained people to serve our clients across borders. Deloitte professionals are the greatest asset we have, and we’re committed to investing in them and developing them as leaders."
Barry Salzberg, former Global CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL)