Deloitte: Aspire, London In person opportunity
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Dates: 10th - 12th July 2023
How to apply: Create an account and apply directly through the Deloitte webiste by clicking here
About Aspire - Virtual Experience
If you’re in year 12 (or year 13 in NI or S5 in Scotland), ASPIRE is a powerful opportunity to find out more about your passions and talents.
Aspire is designed to excite school students about the huge possibilities on offer at Deloitte, no matter what their background. So join Deloitte, and immerse yourself in a friendly, diverse and welcoming community for three action-packed days.
Here’s your chance to see how different career paths align to your unique talents and strengths. You’ll take a closer look at Deloitte life and get to grips with what each of their business areas actually does. You’ll even get to take part in immersive case studies, develop life skills and benefit from employability sessions that’ll help to set you up for your future career.
For ASPIRE in-person events, we will cover reasonable travel costs (for example journeys up to 1 hour each way). There are no overnight stays for these events.
Deloitte offer life-changing careers and professional qualifications, for those who set no limits to their dreams and ambitions - The home of the curious. A place for those who know that imagination, ingenuity and solution finding are what humans are made of.
Deloitte is reshaping both the business and technology landscape. From Human Capital and Tax Consulting to Technology and Cyber. Deloitte are delivering end-to-end improvement programmes, turning disruption into opportunity, and redesigning the art of Audit through automation. You could be part of it.
If you’re excited about your future and ready to learn more about the world of work, ASPIRE is a great opportunity. To apply, you’ll need to be in a state school in:
- Year 12 in England or Wales
- Year 13 in Northern Ireland
- S5 in Scotland.
You’ll also need to have achieved at least a Level 4 GCSE in English Language and Level 5 GCSE in Maths, as well as meet one or more of the following criteria:
- The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 is categorised as a lower socio-economic background or
- You are/have been eligible for free school meals or
- You attend a school that’s above the regional average in terms of the number of students eligible for free school meals or
- You’d be the first member of your immediate family to attend university.