For the curious
Graduate opportunities at Deloitte
Every year, the business and technology landscape is more ambiguous and disruptive. Solving the problems of today – and tomorrow – requires people with a broader set of skills and different ways of thinking. If you’re able to see, think and act differently, you’ll find Deloitte is a business that doesn’t just recognise your need to remain curious, but fully embraces it.
For the influencers, the challengers, and for those who are true thinkers – at Deloitte it’s the mind- set that makes the role.
We’re one of the largest professional services firms in the world, with all of the opportunities for development and progression this brings. But more than that, we’re a firm of problem solvers. Our people think boldly, act commercially and make decisions based on the difference they’ll make for clients, colleagues and the wider community.
It’s this attitude, shared by everyone who works here, that helps to shape a better world. And with offices across the UK, wherever you join us, you’ll soon find out for yourself why Deloitte, really is, for the curious.
There are nine areas you can join as a graduate, each of them focused on one of our service areas:
• Audit & Finance
• Business & Financial Advisory
• Governance, Risk & Regulation
• Human Capital
• Real Estate
• Strategy & Operations
From the disciplines you’d expect like Audit & Finance, to those you wouldn’t, like Cyber, and every specialism in between, our graduate opportunities are as diverse as the services we provide and the clients we support.
Who we look for
Though each department has its own focus, there are certain things we look for. You’ll find it’s not your background, your experience of even your qualifications that matters most. It’s your mind, and how you’ll use it to make an impact for clients, and your own career. We’re looking for ambitious graduates with unshakeable integrity, a sharp mind and generous spirit.
In general, we will look for you to have achieved, or be on track to achieving, the following:
• 2:1 degree
• 300 UCAS points
• GCSE Maths grade B and English Language grade C
To find out more about the requirements for specific disciplines, please visit deloitte.co.uk/graduates