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Spring into Deloitte Scheme

Undergraduates – First year opportunities

What’s it really like to work in a professional job at Deloitte? Come find out on this two-day course, and meet the people who will inspire you to achieve. Each event is jam-packed with business games and skills sessions, debate and discovery. It might just be where your future begins.

What does Spring into Deloitte involve?

Two intensive, but great fun, days of discovery. With overnight accommodation and meals for the two days included.

We will be running three Spring into Deloitte events across the UK around Easter 2018. We will open for applications in November 2017. Watch this space for an update on our focused events and to apply.

Who would benefit from Spring into Deloitte?

You may be one of those first year undergraduates that’s lucky enough to know exactly what you want to do after Uni. Or you may have absolutely no clue. Either way, our two-day immersion is perfect for you.

Certain you want a professional career? Here’s your chance to find out what that really involves, the kind of people you’d be working with if you joined Deloitte, and all the amazing opportunities on offer here. It could also lead to a Summer internship – taking you another step closer to a career with us.

Not sure what your future looks like? This is a great chance to ‘try before you buy’. Two full days of watching, learning, participating and networking will give you a clear feel for what we’re all about and whether you’d like a professional career with us when you graduate. And it could give you a real head start if you do decide to make us your first career move.

Where could Spring into Deloitte lead?

It’s your first step towards an amazing career. If you like what you find on our two-day course, you can fast track onto our Summer Vacation Scheme, a student internship programme that leads directly to a job interview.

Find out more about our Summer Vacation Scheme.

Who can join Spring into Deloitte?

Any student in their first year at university (or second year on a four-year course). You’ll need to be on track for a 2:1. Check the academic requirements.

If you’re fascinated by business, and can’t wait to find out what your career could offer, you’ll fit right in.

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