Vacation Interactive Business Experience

At Deloitte, we understand the valuable role that university students, like you have in helping build impactful outcomes for our clients, communities and for the future. Our Vacation Interactive Business Experience (VIBE) embraces diverse experiences and draws from unique perspectives to develop business solutions that matter.

VIBE offers university students an opportunity to experience what truly makes Deloitte distinctive and in turn, gives us an opportunity to connect with you.

It's a VIBE.

What's the VIBE programme about?

VIBE is an interactive programme that is designed with your future in mind.

You’ll receive insight into the various service lines that enable our multidisciplinary approach and the opportunities within these areas to take your career to the next level.

You’ll have to opportunity to attend workshops and seminars that will equip you with the tools and skills needed to navigate the transition from university campus to the world of work. You’ll also have a direct opportunity to connect with some of our key business stakeholders across Deloitte. 

But wait...there's more

The top performing candidates from the VIBE programme will be considered for an opportunity to join Deloitte for Vac Work, which you can use to get experience in your preferred area of interest.

And some more

Deloitte Vac Work is a one to two week programme offered during university holidays that provides university students with an introduction to the world of work through direct exposure to the complex business problems we solve.

We offer mentoring and a supportive environment to discover what impact you can make. Vac Work is offered to the top performing candidates who have attended our Vacation Interactive Business Experience (VIBE) programme.

"The Vac Work Programme was very informative and helpful. As a student, it is difficult to fully understand what the working world will be like and it can become demoralising to keep studying. However, the Vac Work week has given me a better idea of what to expect of being an actuary in a professional capacity. It was also interesting to see how much variety there is within the profession. There seems to be space for everyone to work with their own special skills and interests, and to get exposure to a variety of projects."

"I learnt so much during the course of the Vac Work week, specifically with regard to the different industries. I have a clearer idea of what career path I'd like to follow.

What stood out for me was having the opportunity to see the models of projects the team were working on. It helped me to better understand the connection between the work I do at university and how it can be applied in a work setting.

Everyone from the Deloitte team made us feel welcome and comfortable to ask questions which were answered very honestly. I am grateful to have been able to get a glimpse of everyday life at Deloitte. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity."

How do I apply for VIBE?

Our ideal VIBE candidates are university students who we would ultimately consider for our graduate programmes.

When submitting your application for VIBE, attach your CV and an academic transcript with a 60% + average. A cover letter is optional.

We then conduct a telephonic screening, and should you be successful, we will send an invitation to the VIBE programme. 

Minimum requirements for VIBE 

Qualifications:

  • Are you studying towards a Bachelors degree or Postgraduate qualification at an accredited university?
  • Have you attained a pass mark above 60% on all your subjects in Matric (Grade 12)?

Experience:

  • Do you have less than one year of full-time/permanent working experience?

Behavioural competencies:

  • Are you able to demonstrate a professional work ethic and integrity?
  • Do you have the ability to prioritise competing responsibilities according to their urgency and importance?
  • Are you able to follow instructions accurately and work efficiently to deliver results within time constraints set by a leader?
  • Are you a fast learner? Do you have lateral thinking skills, problem solving and analytical abilities?