A great working environment with great people. Plenty of support and social events
Very little wrong with kpmg, don't have any cons to contribute
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at KPMG (Dublin, Co. Dublin) in February 2018.
I applied in early January 2018 and was then invited to sit online cognitive/judgemental exams. After successfully completing them I was invited to an interview in their Dublin office. The interview was extremely casual - The interviewer (a tax department manager) spent the time explaining the workings of the role and the company. I wasn't really interviewed at all - it was just a chat! You should know your 'competencies' - use their stated 7 competencies to guide yourself and think of stories/events from the past. You should also know about KPMG and why it is more attractive than the others of the big 4 (EY, PwC, Deloitte). I was told within 3 hours of the interview that they were offering me a 10-week internship.
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