Working at the heart of business
We work across all industry sectors and government departments, helping our clients improve the way their organisations work by identifying, diagnosing and solving complex business problems. Our consultants act as trusted advisors on some of the most exciting projects around.
Our global reach
Operating as a single business, we harness the diverse perspectives and experiences of our professionals in over 140 countries, one of the broadest global Advisory networks of any professional organisation.
Huge variety, and always working closely with clients
Working closely with our clients in integrated teams, we bring our individual strengths and experience together to drive sustainable improvements in business performance. We work with clients across a wide spectrum of industries, and we also focus specifically on Financial Services within IT Risk and Assurance.
There’s huge variety in what you’ll do each day — and where. Operating in tight-knit teams means you’ll play an important role right from the beginning. You’ll need to think quickly, act creatively, and not be afraid to challenge accepted wisdom. Having an entrepreneurial and ambitious nature is a good start, but you’ll also need confidence, commercial acumen and an analytical mind. All these skills you’ll develop and the experience you’ll get will be a great way to begin an exceptional career.
We offer a number of programmes. Depending on which area of Advisory you choose, you could be helping clients improve their end- to- end business performance and risk management or advising them on IT optimisation and controls. Whichever Advisory programme you join, you’ll learn the basics of business from the ground up and focus on the areas you’re most interested in. At each stage, you’ll receive training and development, mentoring and support for a professional qualification to take your career from strength to strength.
The qualifications we usually expect for entry to our Advisory programmes are:
• Grade B or above for GCSE Mathematics and English Language
• The number of UCAS points, or equivalent, required vary based on the Advisory programme you apply to. Please see the website for further details
• 2.1 degree in any Discipline
To find out more and apply visit our website.