Fulfilling students' potential at Deloitte
From a young age, children are continuously encouraged to fulfil their potential in everything they do. At Deloitte, we certainly believe in excellence, in fact our vision has never varied - At Deloitte, we aspire to be the standard of excellence, the first choice of the most-sought after clients and talent.
Our firm strongly believes in providing students with the required support to achieve such results. This occurs in a myriad of ways and is very much part of the firm’s learning and development strategy.
One-to-one communications - Deloitte supports its students with their technical queries during their studies. Our staff are continuously assisted in their everyday work through job shadowing and teamwork.
Continuous development – Deloitte, both locally and on a global level, invests heavily in staff development to cover technical subjects, regular updates on legal matters and industry specific topics. Overseas secondments ensure that individuals widen their horizons through experience in Deloitte member firms across the world.
Fulfilling student potential also extends to those less fortunate among us, with the global Deloitte21 programme. Deloitte’s member firm network is committed to investing in such programmes that unlock the potential of underserved young people, enabling them to acquire the required skills to thrive in the 21st-century economy.
“Locally, we are constantly supporting students and graduates to ensure that Malta’s next generation of leaders will be provided with a dynamic and rewarding career path that is only limited by their aspirations.” Paul Mercieca, Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte Malta.
The Deloitte Programmes for tertiary education in professional services offer students and graduates the opportunity to gain highly prestigious qualifications, namely ACA and ACCA. Through other programmes, students will receive support during their studies at the University of Malta.
Deloitte is organising the BrightStart 2012 recruitment event at its premises in Mriehel on 6th and 7th July. The event will include detailed information on each educational programme. Recruitment advisors will be close at hand to answer any individual queries.
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