I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ernst & Young in March 2011.
Interview Details – Applied through my school and had an on-campus interview (1:1). Pretty standard behavioral interview, nothing fancy. Made it to 2nd round in NY and had two 1:1 interviews with a manager and partner. All very nice people. Still, only behaviorals. Went out to lunch with staff members and was treated to a sushi lunch (on their tab of course). Great day overall. Got the offer two days later and accepted.
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I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Ernst & Young.
Interview Details – My first interview was an on-campus interview-- mainly behavioral questions and a run through of my resume. Second interview, I was invited to the EY office and interviewed by 3 people including HR. Mainly behavioral as well, asking predominantly about my track for the CPA exam. Then after the interview I got a tour of the office. People were very nice and friendly, great work environment. I got the offer within two weeks.
Interview Question – Specifically why did you pick audit? Answer Question
Pros: Vast reserves of knowledge, exposure to wide variety of assignments on very relevant, burning topics in the field. A good stepping stone for a fresher. Would rate the pressure of stiff timelines as a plus from a long term point of view of shaping a… – Full Review
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