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Deloitte consulting london

 
#1 Deloitte consulting london
14/03/2008 17:31

anon

Hello,

I have accepted an offer with DC to start this august. I am interested in hearing from current graduates.

My question is as I am moving over from Ireland, do we definitely start in London or can we be placed in a project away from London straight after training. This information would be useful as I have to decide on whether to start apartment hunting or not. If so, what are the areas deloitte graduates tend to live in London?

Thanks for any help

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#2 RE: Deloitte consulting london
27/03/2008 12:59

Also moved over from Ireland to anon (#1)

Yes you can be sent absolutely anywhere but on the other hand you could be in London for a year - that's the consulting career. Talk to your scheduler and facilitators on the training to get yourself staffed if you have a preference, for say, public sector work based in London. My honest advice is to buy a place no matter how small (look at areas like Surrey Quays, Bermondsey, and New Cross) if you can rather than renting - at least you'll be paying a mortgage rather than making a landlord wealthier if you are based away from London. Try HSBC, Halifax and Abbey for mortgages.

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#3 RE: Deloitte consulting london
27/03/2008 13:49

Seaneen to Also moved over from Ireland (#2)

Why are you reposting thread 41688?

I think your question has been exhaustively discussed there, and you've shown yourself up to be a bit of a twit

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