(based on 15 ratings in 2014)
"Firstly there was an online numerical and verbal competency test. This was followed by a panel interview and finally a group presentation."Graduate, Dublin
"The process is as follows: round one is a written application; round two is aptitude tests; round three is an interview and a valuations exam; round four is a group task and presentation."Graduate, Dublin
"The process I went through was extremely long with a number of interviews, assessments, drinks receptions, etc."Graduate, Dublin
"There were five stages for the interviewing process."Graduate, Dublin
"Initially, you send off a CV; if successful you complete an online assessment. Candidates are then called for an interview, then for a drinks reception to meet current staff to see how they integrate. If successful, candidates are called back to do a presentation in front of directors and associates."Graduate, Cork
"It is a tough interview process, personally I completed online tests then had a face-to-face interview followed by a valuation exam. The final process was a group presentation. I think it is good that there are various stages so as to highlight peoples weaknesses and strengths across different fields. For example, a lot of work is teamwork based, so it gives people candidates a chance to show their qualities through various different methods."Graduate, Dublin
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