As one of the world’s leading consulting and technology organisations, we achieve amazing things for our clients every day – whether that’s increasing profits, gaining a greater market share, redefining strategies, innovating with leading-edge technologies or offering better customer experiences. We partner with more than three-quarters of the Fortune Global 500, driving innovation to improve the way the world works and lives.
We examine a client’s organisation to solve their toughest challenges, working out how best to improve it using the latest technology and digital solutions, and implement agreed actions to bring about positive, lasting and profitable change. For us, it’s not just about coming up with great ideas, it’s also about successfully delivering transformational outcomes for a demanding new digital world.
To manage the broad spectrum of challenges our clients face, our business needs to be diverse, which is why we’ve set up our organisation across five key business areas. These are Accenture Strategy; Accenture Consulting; Accenture Digital; Accenture Technology, and Accenture Operations. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries has enabled us to deliver ground-breaking solutions and new innovative technology that impacts millions of lives every day.
There are a variety of ways you can join us as a graduate at Accenture. Whichever programme you join, you’ll enjoy the perfect mix of intensive training, expert support, live project experience and great benefits.
We have a strong Diversity & Inclusion agenda, focussed on enabling our employees to be themselves and use their unique talents to make a difference in the world. As a graduate, you’ll be encouraged to explore your passions, both in and out of the workplace, and nurtured to develop your skills.Apply for scheme
- Name: Alex
- Role: Analyst
"I’m helping redesign part of a client’s treasury operations. So we carried out week-long workshops in four of their locations, picking 40 processes they wanted to redesign and exploring how we could improve them. I went to Brazil, the US, Belgium and Luxembourg for the project. It’s been amazing. And the best bit is I know my work has an impact. I can suggest, ‘this is how we should do things from now on’, and then that’s the way it’s done. It’s quite exciting for someone who’s just starting out."
Training & Profiles
Wherever you join, you’ll enjoy the perfect mix of intensive training and live project experience. It all starts with an award-winning induction, which will introduce you to how we work, your new colleagues and members of our leadership team. After that, you’ll join a community of graduate peers and mentors specific to your programme. They’ll help you integrate into the team and feel part of Accenture.
While every programme will have specific requirements, there’s definitely a mind-set that will see you succeed at Accenture. Ambition is obviously a prerequisite but moreover, we want to hear from people with a hunger for knowledge. People who want to learn from every experience and are happy to roll their sleeves up to get the job done.
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Graduate Analyst at Accenture
We had three different stages in the day, the first was a group activity of about six of us. We were handed a pile of about twenty solutions to go through with a budget of 4.5 million and to agree as a group which ones to implement. We split them
Accenture Graduate Scheme - Technology Solutions (ATS) at Accenture
First of all was the phone interview. It lasted roughly half an hour including my questions on the end. They were the typical competency based questions along the lines of 'Why do you want to work for Accenture' etc... I was told that i would find
ACG at Accenture
The interview consisted of 3 parts: 1) Knowledge about Accenture, recent client stories and its competitors. 2) Competency-based questions. (the usual things) 3) Mini case study. Overall, it lasted for 50min and it was pretty simple. The mini
Clubs & Societies
Our clubs and societies cater for a huge range of interests outside of work. So whether scaling rock faces gives you a lift, or you’re happiest with your nose buried in a glass of fine wine, there’s a good chance you’ll find some like minds to share your passion with.
We’re incredibly diverse culturally, academically and geographically. It’s one of our greatest strengths as an organisation. To help you get together with like-minded people and share your experiences, we support a wide range of networking groups. These include the African & African-Caribbean Network, the Working Parents Network and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Network. We also run women’s mentoring programmes, always celebrate International Women’s Day and in March 2012, introduced The Accenture Womens’ Network, which brings to life the ‘Defining Success Your Way’ theme.