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Early Careers Application Support

We have a full range of programmes for you to get a taste of just how much a career at Deloitte can offer. From year-long Industrial Placements to two-day experiences, there’s something to suit you. Here you’ll find support and guidance on our application process and entry requirements for each one, to give yourself a head start.

What we look for?

Grades are only a part of the story, but they’re still important. Your creative thinking, determination and natural curiosity tell us a lot about your character – but so do your qualifications. They can show the drive and resilience it takes to turn your potential into a successful career. We value your qualities and qualifications equally, so it’s important to check the minimum requirements for the programme you choose.

Supporting your recruitment experience

At Deloitte we want everyone to have the chance to succeed. We recognise that some people might need additional support during the recruitment process and we work hard to ensure everyone’s individual needs are accommodated.

That’s why we want to remove any possible barriers for people applying to join us. We offer a wide range of reasonable adjustments, to help people realise their potential. As well as adjustments to the recruitment processes - such as extra time and alternative interview formats - we have flexible working and support options after you start your role, to ensure that people can work in a way that suits them best.

Our recruiters will work with you to learn more about your support needs and identify reasonable adjustments that will help you to be at your best and have a more personalised experience. If you require adjustments during the application or assessment process, please reach out to our team to help you.

Early Careers Programmes

Career Shapers Year 10-11 programme invites applications from students studying in:

  • England & Wales in Year 10 or 11
  • Northern Ireland in Year 11 or 12
  • Scotland in S3 or S4

Students should be predicted Level 4 in GCSE English Language, and Level 5 in GCSE Maths.

Career Shapers Year 12 programmes invite applications from students studying in:

  • England & Wales in Year 12
  • Northern Ireland in Year 13
  • Scotland in S5

Students should be predicted minimum of 104 UCAS points in A-level or equivalent.

You’ll need to attend a state school or college and meet at
least one
of the following criteria:

  • The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 was categorised as in a lower socio-economic group or
  • You were/are eligible for free school meals or
  • You attend a school that’s above the regional average in terms of numbers of students eligible for free school meals or
  • You would be the first member of your family to go on to Higher Education, e.g. to obtain a degree at university or through a degree apprenticeship

Minimum of five GCSEs including at least a Level 4 (C) in English Language and Maths.

For Audit & Assurance Centre Of Excellence Newcastle - A minimum of 5 GCSEs including at least a Level 4 (C) in English and at least a Level 5 (B) in Maths.

  • 104 UCAS points if gained after 2017 – or 260 if before
  • Predicted degree classification of 2:1 or above in any discipline

Most of our Summer Vacation Schemes ask for:

  • Predicted degree classification of 2:1 or above in any discipline

Most of our Industrial Placements ask for:

  • Predicted degree classification of 2:1 or above in any discipline

While we have removed a-level and GCSE requirements to join most of our programmes we collect the information at the point of application and some business areas may have a specific need for Maths A-Level for example.

Most of our Graduate Programmes ask for:

  • Predicted degree classification of 2:1 or above in any discipline

While we have removed a-level and GCSE requirements to join most of our programmes we collect the information at the point of application and some business areas may have a specific need for Maths A-Level for example.

Applications will open in Spring 2024.

  • You have passed your SAICA accredited undergraduate degree in 2022 or before.
  • You are currently enrolled in or have completed your SAICA accredited post graduate degree allowing you to write the ITC exam in early 2024.

You will be eligible to start your full-time employment as a new first year trainee in 2024.

Closing deadlines

Please be aware, if a particular opportunity becomes oversubscribed, we will close it for applications before the stated deadline. We recommend you get your application in as early as possible.

 

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