I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Ernst & Young in October 2013.
Interview Details – On Campus Interview with a manager in October, Email inviting me for a second interview 2 weeks later, Pre interview dinner at very nice restaurant 1 week later. The Office Visit was the next day, Interviewed with 2 partners and a manager. Also had breakfast and lunch with staff as well.
Interview Question – Just conversations. I asked more questions then they did. Very painless Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Ernst & Young in October 2010.
Interview Details – The first step was to apply through the school recruiting website then there was an on-campus interview for about 45 minutes. Then if they decide to further the process with you, they will call you in for an on-sight interview at the place you want to work for. It consisted of 2 behavioral interviews, 1 with a partner and another with a manager, "Quality/Growth" and "People". Then there is a case interview with a manager which was just basically logic. The final step was a writing sample in which they want to know your writing abilities. They say they will give you a call in 2 weeks but I got a call back in less than 2 days. The people were friendly and tried to make everything as comfortable as possible for the candidates. It was an enjoyable process.
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