I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Ernst & Young in October 2013.
Interview Details – Applied through campus recruiting and was invited to an office tour followed by a cocktail hour. The office tour consisted of meeting a partner, several managers, and a quick tour around the office. Everyone was very friendly and genuinely wanted to get to know all of the candidates. After the office tour, I got an email saying I was selected for an on-campus interview. I had to complete a short, online writing assessment prior to the on-campus interview. The interview was strictly behavioral.
Interview Question – Tell me about your leadership experience? Answer Question
Interviewed at Ernst & Young
Interview Details –
Hiring process: submit resume, receive brief interview with HR, submit college transcripts, phone interview with manager
Office interview process: Meet multiple staff members, interview with at least 3 managers/partners, case study and writing assignment
Interview Question – Why are you leaving your current job Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at Ernst & Young in October 2012.
Interview Details – Initial communications were through information sessions at school. I did a lot of networking by meeting EY professionals at various events like networking events, a resume review and a career fair. From there, I was able to get a first round interview. It was behavioral with the typical behavioral questions in the beginning and then moving more into a conversation towards the end. I was then invited for an final round office visit. I had a great experience. I had a chance to meet new EY professionals at the pre-interview reception dinner and then I went through the office interview process the next day. The first two interviews were behavioral and the last one was a case interview. The case interview was fairly straightforward since I had read up on the framework that they had provided.
Interview Question – How will Ernst and Young contribute to your future aspirations? Answer Question
Pros: Outstanding history of excellent work and large list of clients. In addition, great wisdom to gain from experienced managers above you and individual development is a huge plus of a big company. – Full Review
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