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Why applying early pays off

Did you know that applications for some placement opportunities that start in the summer of 2016 are open now?

One example of this is Deloitte’s Technology Consulting Industrial Placement which is now open. If you’re into technology and business, then this placement is brilliant opportunity for you. This placement will give you an insight into major sectors and experience of technology at one of the world’s largest professional services firms.

Doing a placement can give you invaluable work experience which will massively benefit you when it comes to applying for graduate roles in your final year. Some organisations such as Deloitte allow their placement students to apply for the graduate role at the end of the placement, which would mean that you start your final year knowing that you have a graduate job already secured. To find out what working for Deloitte is like, read this blog from University of Hertfordshire graduate Hammad Riaz who currently works there: http://bit.ly/1Js52sM

Doing a placement during your time at university can help you stand out of the crowd when it comes to applying for graduate jobs.

To find out more information and to apply online, go to www.deloitte.co.uk/graduates/ip. For a placement opportunity like Deloitte’s, that is open now but starts in the summer of 2016, it usually means that places are limited and that they operate on a first come, first served basis. So even though the start date for 2016/17 placements may seem a thousand miles away, apply sooner rather than later.

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