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Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.8/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.9/5
 
Company Culture:
3.5/5
 
Career Progression:
3.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.2/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Be personable - all of the work that Accenture does is very client-facing, so the absolute first thing they are looking for is can they put you in front of a client.

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A mixture of motivation and competency questions were asked. They don't try to trip you up, so if you're well prepared you'll be fine.

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Application Advice:

Research the company beyond just its website.

Interview Advice:

The interviewers hear the same answers every time, so be different in the answer that you give. Also, listen to instructions, when they say you have 15 mins to answer 5 questions they mean answer all five questions. As soon as you walk through the door into the building you are being assessed. Acknowledge everyone you come across, even if you aren't in an interview setting.

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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to show your personality - it makes you stand out.

Interview Advice:

Have a very good understanding as to why Accenture differs from the big four and competitors. Demonstrate a passion for technology.

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Be friendly and keen and willing to learn!

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Do your research.

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Think about if this is the career you want long-term. How much you're willing to sacrifice in terms of work/life, happiness etc. for progressing your career.

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Competency based questions, case study questions.

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Be yourself and be genuine - recruiters will be able to see through it otherwise. Hone in on your skills rather than what you think they want to hear.

Interview Advice:

Be passionate about the company and the questions they ask you. If you can show a genuine interest in them and an excitement to work there, they will be more willing to look past any lack of skills you may have.

Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know about cutting edge technologies and case studies of things that Accenture has done.

Interview Advice:

Prepare in advance, make sure everything you say is really specific to Accenture.

Technology Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on case studies. Know the kind of work Accenture does, and the way the company is structured ie. Operating Groups, and Client Service Groups.

Interview Advice:

What makes Accenture a better choice than its competitors? What interests you most about a career with Accenture? Also, plenty of 'discuss a time you demonstrated X' type questions. Accept that you can't always have the right answer. When pushed on your group task, it's perfectly fine to ask for a little thinking time. It is just as good to give a well thought through and logical answer, as long as you can back up your reasoning than worry about what is the 'correct' answer.

Analyst, Management Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. You're either a cultural fit or you're not.
Don't over prepare but at the same time understand the company and what you're actually applying for.
Reach out to anyone you know currently at Accenture.

Interview Advice:

Again be yourself, relax and enjoy the day.
See the other interviewees as your teammates rather than competitors- it's all about teamwork skills rather than dog-eat-dog.
Practice your interview questions with someone.

Digital Business Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Have an open mind to any work you are given, be flexible.

Interview Advice:

Refer to the case studies on the Accenture website. Being a people person is the key skill at Accenture so be relaxed and confident.

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research and understand what the company does. Tailor your application, and make sure you use the STAR method when answering competency questions.

Interview Advice:

Understand what the day to day work of an Analyst is, and understand the services Accenture provides, who it's competitors are and case study examples.

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Application Advice:

Look at the company's core values, and think about how these are reflected in the things that you've done (extracurriculars/in your degree). Let Accenture know how you'd be a great fit, and how you'd make the role your own.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show your personality, whilst also demonstrating why you are passionate about tech consulting.

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure to show that you are a team player who is willing to learn and comfortable adapting to and dealing with unfamiliar situations.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Clear and concise answers to questions, with clear explanation of your responsibilities and outcomes.

Interview Advice:

Calm, confident body language. Don't be afraid to pause or ask for a moment to think about your answers.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Think about the questions for what it asks rather than copying answers from different submitted applications.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that whatever skills are mentioned on your CV, you have knowledge of it.

Associate Application Developer, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

If applying to be a programmer, experience of programming isn't necessarily the most important factor in you being chosen for the role. Accenture care more about attitude to work and a willingness to continuously learn.

Interview Advice:

During your interview day, there will be a group test - don't try to show off your knowledge and use buzzwords, simply add input you think it correct and reasonable.

During your one-on-one interview, answer the questions fully and don't be too worried if you can't think of something straight on the spot as the interviewers are all very patient and nice.

Application Development Associate, at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Very relaxed interview. Looking for honest answers during questions.

Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Very relaxed interview. Looking for honest answers during questions.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show a keen interest in technology and it is important to ensure you are doing things outside of your degree to help build good business acumen as well as your communication skills.

Interview Advice:

Q: How would you explain a technical problem to a none technical person.
Q: Explain a time you failed to deliver on something and how you approached a solution.
Always be yourself and get involved in the interview, it is more about working together to come up with the best solution, not what you know.

Associate Software Engineer, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Identify key transferable skills you have developed as part of your previous work experience and degree and mention these specifically on your application.
Ensure that any extracurricular activities are also identifiable as being a good candidate isn't just about the qualifications and skills you hold and will help to showcase you as a person. A willingness to give back to the community as well as supporting internal initiatives are part of a desirable candidate.

Interview Advice:

Research the company, mention high profile clients or work which you find particularly interesting.
In the technology sector processes and tools are continuously evolving. An open mind and a willingness to learn new skills are key.
Problem solving, teamwork and communication are also crucial skills which are used on a daily basis and so a passion for applying these to IT solutions is required.

Business Analyst, Functional Design at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Take the time to research the company, familiarise yourself with what the company does and what role you would like to do in the company.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and showcase the skills that you have obtained during your education.

Application Development Associate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

List only the most important projects and/or internships you have done.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in the Interview and do research about the company before the interview.

Application Development Associate, Application Development at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared.

Sr. Manager, Account at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to mange your own time and expenses. Also, be aware that for every role you apply for within Accenture, you will be interviewed, just as if you were applying for a new job.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Answer questions honestly and do your research.

Software Engineering Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for a challenge and to learn on the job. A lot will be new compared to what's studied at university.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

DevOps engineer, DevOps at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make yourself stand out, make sure the company is aware as to why they should pick you.

Interview Advice:

Understand what type of company Accenture is and the company's values.

SAP Designer, Functional at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Write about the interest in technologies and programming languages, really important if you can highlight any real project work.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and use clear examples of university experiences.

Software Engineering Associate, Java Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

#NAME?

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

PPSM Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to not have a life outside work.

, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Confidence and show willingness to learn new things.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and show your passion in IT.

Software Engineering New Associate, Apprentice at Accenture
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Application Advice:

A keen interest in IT is required. If you don't have a degree in IT ensure you have written somewhere why you want to work for an IT company.

Interview Advice:

If you do have IT skills ensure you know exactly what skills you have with a mental list prepared such as, business processes, programing languages (be specific) etc.

Business Analyst, Functional Design at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Ensure you cover letter is specifically for Accenture in order to grab their attention.

Interview Advice:

When answering questions, give a definition, an example and describe when you used it.

Live Support at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Be confident in yourself and your ability/skills.

Software Tester Associate, Operational Test at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Consider that Accenture is more a technology delivery company than a Management Consultancy. An appetite for IT is helpful.

Interview Advice:

Research the company thoroughly including what differentiates Accenture from its competitors. Be flexible in your thought during group assessments and interviews.

Associate, Project Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

You should have logic to solve the problems and ability to grasp new things which will take your career to a different level.

Interview Advice:

Be confident. They always judge you by your confidence.
Should have potential to learn new things and to work in Accenture.

Software Engineer, Software Engineer at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Look at what the job is asking for, and know what you are talking about.

Training is given to get you aligned for the right role.

Interview Advice:

Turn up early, don't stress too much or it will show in the interview. Make sure you know what you are talking about when you are talking about what you've done in the past. Don't worry if you don't know the answer to a question but try and turn it into a positive.

Software developer associate, HMRC at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate an interest in technology.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are familiar with some projects we are doing in order to provide examples of our offerings.

Business and Technology Implementation, Banking at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know your skills and the company. Research using the website and make sure you are up to date with any skills listed on your CV/application.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. The interviewers are also looking to see if you'll be a good fit in the team you're applying for - look up the core values of the company and show how you fit them.

Software Developer Associate, Data Services at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Definitely read up on Accenture and what they do, different sectors, clients etc. I was not asked at the telephone interview when I specifically prepared for it but was asked when conducting the face to face.

Tester Associate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Analyse if it is really your area of expertise.

Interview Advice:

Tell them what you know.
Know your resume.

Business & Technology Integation Analyst, ETL at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Keep yourself up-to-date about the latest technologies.

Associate Software Engineer, Software Testing at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Don't intend to stay too long in this firm. It's good if you would like to be trained in working on massive systems and if you want to meet exciting clients easily, but not a place to build a career especially if you are a software engineer or architect

Interview Advice:

Technical interviews are very easy if you have an education and are interested in the field - don't worry about it!

just make sure to say you'd like to travel and work hard :-)

Software Engineer, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, you don't need to know everything you will get training and nobody expects you to know everything.

Software developer associate, Batch scheduling at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be concise with what you say, be confident in your abilities and see the job as a future not a 9-5 role.

Interview Advice:

Always ask questions and take notes.

Test Analyst, Test at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Apply early and be prepared.

Software Engineer Assosicate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are aware of what the pay scale is as this is misleading on the company websites and it is not declared until the job is offered to you.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you come across as flexible and keen to work with other people.

Service Desk Associate, Service Management at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to sell yourself and experience but be honest and don't overdo it.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the latest technologies, try to learn more about Digitization.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and try to explain as much as you can.

Banking sector at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand the company and your motives for joining.
Prepare as much as possible.
Relax.

Business & Intergration associate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know as much as possible about the company and show an interest in technology, your passion for it, why you want to be around great people, I'm sort of giving the answers, read inbetween the lines.

The training is great.
You want to travel.
You do not need experience, you will be moulded into the way you need to work.

Interview Advice:

Working in stressful times x3 different wording
Technology Trends.
What's new.
About you.
Strengths weaknesses.

Software Engineering Associate, Tech Arch at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure that this type of IT is exactly what you want to do.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, no one bites.

Software Development Associate, Scrum team at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be open to try and learn new things. Don't be scared.

Interview Advice:

Know the company and your role very well.

Business and Technology Integration Associate, Design Team at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, Accenture is all about the people. Do your research and be prepared to move around. You may be working in one city for x months and then a completely different city for y months.

Interview Advice:

I was aligned to more development and technical aspects so my CV reflected the internships and projects I had done with other people and homebrew things. They want to see your interest in a particular field and if you can demonstrate this then your likely to get the job!

Software Engineering Associate, Development at Accenture
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Application Advice:

To be sure that you are up for travelling around the world / UK.
To be prepared for hard work and long hours.
Ensure you are interested in a career relating to technology / project management / consulting.

Interview Advice:

Prepare case studies with what client Accenture have previously worked with.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest and list varied activities you have taken part in.

Software Engineer, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do as much reading as you can around the role in your own time - there are tons of resources around for such a common role.

Interview Advice:

Preparation, preparation, preparation. Never say you can not answer a question, if you are unable to think of an answer right away say you need time, they'll let you think about it before answering.

Project Manager, PM Team at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand what the company does and what you want to get out of working for a technology/consulting corporate firm.
Research a couple of case studies of projects that Accenture is involved in.
You need to be a people person, who can work in a competitive and fast-paced environment, but at the same time an equal environment with opportunities for all. Confidence but not arrogance.

Interview Advice:

Learn your Gant charts.
Research 1-2 case studies.
Be able to display why you want to work for Accenture, e.g. what opportunities will it offer you.
Have a questions to hand: e.g. relating to the future direction/vision of the firm and restructuring.

Business and Technology Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do a lot of research and go to Accenture grad events.

Business and Technology Integration Associate, Technology at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Look up core/key competencies that Accenture are looking for and feed these into your review responses using examples as evidence.

Also say the word collaboration.

Analyst, Tech consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Preparation is key. Find out about the process from your assigned buddy, understand the process and practise accordingly.

Interview Advice:

Connect real-life experiences to your key skills.

Graduate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Learn 5 case studies really well.

Interview Advice:

Take a day or two to prepare for interview questions.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Learn the core values and company case studies.

Interview Advice:

Be modest, invite others to speak in group exercises, balance speaking up and leading with listening and advising.

Data Analyst, IT Consultant at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be a well rounded person and understand how modern technology can be applied to resolve business problems.

Interview Advice:

Understand how modern technology can be applied to resolve business problems.

Analyst, FS at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Try to give reasons for applying that are specific to the company.

Interview Advice:

Focus hard on connecting with your interviewer.

Management Consultant, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Really understand the case studies and what Accenture do.

Interview Advice:

Why do you want to work for Accenture? What do you know about Accenture? How are we different?

Management Consulting Analyst, Management Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show personality, research the company well.

Interview Advice:

Standard competency questions and knowledge of case studies.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Robotics at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture frequently hold open days - attend one; you will learn everything you need to know for the application.

Interview Advice:

Do your research, and learn a few (simple) case studies to impress your interviewer.

Analyst, Supply Chain at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Use the graduate site and reach out to Accenture employees through the 'buddy' programme.

Analyst, Cloud First at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Research current/former projects - plenty of case study information on the website.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get your initial written application right.

Interview Advice:

Don't compete with the others in your assessment centre, show you can work well with them.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know why you want to work in this industry because it's a tough job and if it's not for you, you're going to suffer!

Interview Advice:

Know what we do and how we're structured - talk to current grads!

Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be genuine.

Interview Advice:

Understand how Accenture works - how they approach problems and what kind of projects they deliver for clients and understand how this sets them aside in the marketplace.

Analyst, Health and Public Service at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and do your research. Make sure you understand the type of work that Accenture does so that you can confidently answer a question using a real life example - there are plenty of case studies on the firm's graduate recruitment site!

Interview Advice:

Stay calm and ask sensible questions

Look smart - even if you're having an online interview, wear business dress!

Don't get caught up in thinking you have to be ultra-competitive during the group exercises in assessment centre - Accenture would rather you took the time to listen to colleagues than shout them down in order to put your idea first.

Management Consulting Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do the research - there are a lot of examples available online.
Try and speak to individuals who are already at the company.

Interview Advice:

- Be honest about your experiences.
- Try and link to Accenture case studies as it shows wider reading.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture is a technology company, not a management consulting company.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Review Accenture case studies - these are available on the Accenture website. Understand the benefits of combining technology with process and people. Brush up on your competency based questions.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Business Analyst, Client & Market Management Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Network.

Interview Advice:

Be confident- fake it until you make it.

Business Analyst, Utilities at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research which specific areas of consulting interest you most.
Understand Accenture's digital and technology trends that have been developed as a capability.

Interview Advice:

Learn 'case studies' of projects that Accenture has completed, what interested you about them etc.

Business Analyst, Health and Public Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be under no illusions: Accenture is a technology consulting company first and foremost. In all likelihood, if employed, you will spend most of your career working on big IT projects - even if you are formally aligned to management consulting. Similarly, be prepared to spend months (or even a year) in a role or on a project you don't like before you get the chance to specify what you want to do with your career.

In terms of preparation, be careful to "do your homework". Make sure you are clear what you are applying for, why you are right for the position and why you want it. What is it about consulting, and about Accenture in particular, that appeals to you? Do some research into project plans and how to make one, as you will be asked to do so.

Interview Advice:

Interviewers are more interested in how you think about problems and how you communicate your ideas (under pressure!) than they are in how quickly you answer, or whether you get the answer "right". In practice, this means you shouldn't be afraid to pause for a moment to think before answering, and you absolutely should talk your interviewer through your thought process as you go. If you can find someone to prep you by asking tough questions, that will help too.

Technology Consulting Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your enthusiasm.
Ability to learn quickly/flexibility goes a long way.

Interview Advice:

Do your research.
Articulate your points well.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Retail at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show how flexible you are.

Interview Advice:

Do not get put off by changed circumstances (confusing questions, new requirement etc.). Try to prove your adaptability.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the company's ethos and core values as well as the latest technology advances - read the annual technical reviews.

Interview Advice:

Questions on examples of a time you exhibited each of the core values e.g. humility.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on some of the marquee projects that Accenture has done.

Interview Advice:

In any group activity do not worry about jostling for who's taking the lead on it, they care about efficacy. If you are an enabler of efficiency then this will be picked up on and looked upon positively.

Data Delivery Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand that when you say you are flexible, it means that you are willing to live in a hotel 3/4 nights a week.
Sometimes this is in a city centre, sometimes it's just off a motorway next to an industrial park.. depends on the client.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in your ideas. Always be able to justify any questions they ask.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have the required experience and be confident.

Technology Consultant, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be curious and ask questions.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and demonstrate that you can work effectively in a team.

Interview Advice:

Always support your considerations with undisputable data and give it an extra kick with innovative thinking that includes technology as a solution.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get someone to recommend you.

Analyst, Public Sector at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on what we do, who we do it for and our values. Give demonstrable evidence of your qualities i.e. what evidence to you have that shows you're e.g. a great team player.

Interview Advice:

Look at case studies, come prepared to work in a group to complete a real life exercise. Be honest and be yourself!

Analyst, Communications, media and technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the company and are willing to work in and with technology.

Technology Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read the website and shape your answers to fit the company specifically.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, friendly, and speak up. Be prepared, know the company and know why you want to work for them above others.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know what you are interested in and let it shine through, the interviewers will see it and make sure you end up somewhere you belong.

Interview Advice:

The usual - why here, why now, why this.
Practice a case study or two, and make sure you reflect the values of the company during the interview.

Digital Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture look for flexibility, friendly and intelligent people so make sure this comes across in your application. They like to see your personality.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions- make sure you have some of these ready.
During the assessment centre it's really important to show yourself and show your personality. Doesn't necessarily matter if you get a question wrong, as long as you're prepared to fight your corner and argue your case.

Business Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about something, be thorough in your research of the company and know statistics.

Interview Advice:

Situational questions e.g. Leadership, Flexibility, Teamwork, Time when something didn't go to plan. Be as enthusiastic as possible and try and give varied examples. Show an interest in technology/innovation. Be genuine.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Ecommerce at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Show communication and leadership skills throughout the process.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research about the company and projects they have worked on so you feel comfortable answering the application questions and give strong answers.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be Passionate. Be the individual you actually are than maybe you want to be, be proactive and ask questions.

Interview Advice:

- Ability to synthesis large amounts of information in concise way in short time.
- Ask the interviewer questions.
- Draw on all experiences from painful to trivial.

Process Design, Insurance at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do a lot of research about the company.

Interview Advice:

Be assertive, give your opinion and make it stick.

Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do some research on Accenture and case studies.

Interview Advice:

Know your stuff, show problem solving abilities.

Digital Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Keep calm and show personality at interview - Accenture like good people!

Technology Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do not go over the top with detail - answer the question and move on.

Interview Advice:

Act like yourself - do not take the tasks too seriously as they are observing how you think and interact with others rather than how well you complete the task and if you get it correct.

Analyst, Healthcare at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Have an open mind - it's best not to have your heart set on a certain area or industry because the likelihood is you'll end up in financial services!

Interview Advice:

The most important thing to remember is that they are assessing your personality as well as your competency. It's okay if you make mistakes in the assessment centre, they mostly want to see what type of person you are and how you engage with others.

Business Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

You should apply for this role if:
- You have a sharp intellect, and are willing to work hard.
- You want to build a good foundation to a career in consulting/finance/tech.
- You are confident in front of people, and can deliver under pressure.

Interview Advice:

- Always keep background knowledge of key industries/trends especially digital and technology
- Be sharp and prepared to answer diligently with confidence
- Think strategically and logically, sometimes the interviewer wants to know how your mind works,

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

I will avoid regurgitating stuff that you can easily find elsewhere, like differentiate yourself, etc..
Application form is pretty straight forward.
Focus on what an analyst does at Accenture.
Fill your application based on the above.

Interview Advice:

Be structured.
Be logical.
Be critical of yourself and others.
Being critical of others does not equal to being rude.
Be creative.
Be a team player (don't pretend, actually care about the others in a group interview - make them look good and you will do well).
Think about risks and plan B.

Business Strategy Analyst, Business Strategy/M&A at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to be challenged and work in a role with responsibility right away. Accenture recognises proactive and motivated people, you also won't always get to do what you want.. so you should be open to learning new skills and confronting new challenges.

Interview Advice:

A high-level understanding of consulting, the industry in general & technology helps but really they're looking for the right social skill set or specific technical experience (depending on what you're interviewing for). Relax & be yourself, they know what they're looking for and won't be fooled by an act.

Technology Analyst, Analyst at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Open-mindedness, think about reasoning behind choices.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well and ask questions.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Don't overthink it. The company is all about people who are great at getting along with others, can work very well in a team, and have an opinion about whatever it is you're working on.

Interview Advice:

Don't be the bossy one who stampedes through and takes too much control in the group exercises. Let everyone have their say.

Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read case studies on the website and make use of them during the application process.

Interview Advice:

Research pieces of technology you are interested in and think about their possible applications in business.
Be flexible during the interview.

Design Analyst, Corporate Citizenship at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show you are a people person and a team player.

Interview Advice:

Know what a Gannt chart is and be flexible in your thinking, consider the options and don't be afraid to ask others for their opinion and input. Be a team player.

Technology Analyst, Communications, Media & Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest but results focused in your application. Do not put anything you didn't do on your CV (that's an obvious one). Make sure you have references in order for everything on your application, they will ask for all of them. Be results focused and driven, but also be yourself, experienced recruiters see through facades.

Interview Advice:

Read up on the online case studies, you will be expected to respond to problems in a similar way to an Accenture Consultant and suggest technology solutions. Have good business acumen, read the papers and the Accenture Newsroom articles about new acquisitions and contracts won. Be a team player at all times during the interview process. Be yourself faking it is not appreciated.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand that the majority of Accenture's revenues comes from IT delivery. This is what we do best. While we do have a Strategy practice, this is small in comparison to other companies. I would therefore advise that only applicants who have a real interest in technology should apply because even if you do end up doing Strategy or MC work, it's likely that IT will play a part somehow.

Interview Advice:

The interview involved a case-study, group activity and a one-on-one interview. I would advise to research Accenture's delivery methods and software offerings, understand the project lifecycle and wider trends in IT delivery such as agile. How might these shape our strategy in the future?

Management Consulting Analyst, Health & Public Service at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show that you are both a leader and a team player.

Interview Advice:

Why Accenture? Where do you see yourself in five years? Make sure you show an interest in technology.

Analyst, Education at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Give extremely specific examples of when you have demonstrated the skills you say you have. (No sports teams please!)

Interview Advice:

The experience you have is not as relevant as the way you present it - be thoughtful and structured in your responses. The main objective of these interviews is to assess your ability to structure a problem, as opposed to being able to solve it immediately and perfectly.

Management Consultant Analyst, Consumer Goods & Retail at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Prove that you are smart and likeable.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry that they will ask you to do tasks that you can't possibly finish in the allotted time - they just want to see how you cope under pressure and ensure you are still able to give a sensible answer.

Business Analyst, Life Sciences at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Take time with your answers and show knowledge of the company.

Interview Advice:

Research and reach out to the buddy you'll be assigned to (all candidates get one).

Technology Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Highlight key points that illustrate why they should hire you.

Interview Advice:

Why Accenture (make sure you are familiar with Accenture's operating model / different business / industries etc.)
What's your added value, your top 3-5 strengths (come up with examples).

Change Management Analyst, Management Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

1) Do your research. You have probably heard it a hundred times, but it is true. The trick is to make sure you relate the values of the company to you. It shows that you have not just done your homework and looked at their website, but that you thought about it and REALLY are the best fit for the company.
Check out LinkedIn, etc.
2) Go to events, presentations, etc. and write down the names of the people you talked to so that you can mention them on your cover letter or during your interview.

Interview Advice:

I am not saying it is easy, I am saying that preparing it definitely pays off and makes the process way more enjoyable! I had fun during my assessment day and felt confident in my answers during the interview because I had thought of it before hand.
For example, make a list of common questions and underneath bullet point the main things that you would like to include in your answers (examples, but also key words from the company culture, projects, clients, etc.).

Technology Consulting Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be proactive, show not only academic records but also extra-academic experiences and a genuine interest in digitalization and new technology.

Interview Advice:

Train with business case and strategic thinking, better if digital-related (this is for Accenture Strategy).

Business Strategy Analyst, Business Strategy at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate intelligence, flexibility and an ability to grind in order to get ahead.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Speak to people at the company - do research on what people actually do (this is a hard thing to discover) and try and work out what it is you're interested in/why you actually want to work here. If you can capture that interest in your application (as well as what you bring to the business), your application will be stronger.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for the phone interview! Read through the grad website, great links there on the different projects they have done. As a company, they are really proud of these, so if you can find other interesting projects that they've launched/been a part of - these are worth mentioning!

Also, as ridiculous as it sounds, you must answer the question in simple terms. Easiest way to do this (particularly in the phone interview) is to regurgitate the question back to the interviewer as part of your answer. It has to be clear to the interviewer that you're answering the question and if you jump ahead into a sophisticated answer, they won't be able to tick the box that says you've answered the question!

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture is a people place - show that you are a people person, as this role is as much about a personality fit as it is about skills and intellectual competence.

Interview Advice:

Tell me about a time that you were in a challenging situation and you overcame it.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get in contact with someone at the firm and talk about their experience.

Interview Advice:

Show innovative and analytical thought processes, and care less about results and output.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do it properly. Half hearted attempts will fall at the first hurdle.

Interview Advice:

Refer to examples to support your answer, whether answering about extra-curricular or content case study questions.

Technology Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be honest. I did a lot of interviews for graduate positions and this was the only company that I actually enjoyed interviewing for. I got along best with the people at this assessment centre and the feel of the company was more supportive than any other consultancies I worked and interviewed for.

Interview Advice:

Think digital. Knowing your interviewer and the company is hugely beneficial and don't be afraid to have a good dig on LinkedIn and news websites before attending assessment centres. Also reach out to any recruiters you meet at careers events or fairs so they can offer you more specific advice depending on the role you are applying for.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Learn case study examples of Accenture's work to better understand the different areas the firm operates in. Try to get your head around the companies structure.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Management Consulting Analyst, Health and Public Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research Accenture and what the company offers, make sure to look at previous client case studies and see what kind of value has been delivered. Make sure you are aware of what the job entails and why you want to be a part of the company. Best thing would be to speak to someone at the company before applying.

Analyst, Resources at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be open minded.

Analyst, Sustainability at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm, people skills and willingness to learn, these are the most important things.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have answers to the following:

1. Why consulting?
2. Why Accenture?

Analyst, Change Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Ask about what you will be doing specifically rather than the overall picture of what the team as a whole will be delivering.

Interview Advice:

Be specific about the impact you have made when talking about what you have done. Have an interest in technology and have an opinion on who Accenture is competing with.

Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show an interest and knowledge in technology - play to Accenture's strength.

Interview Advice:

Show confidence in yourself and your answers. The company is all about working with people so show off your people skills. Try to remain relaxed and calm too, showing nerves doesn't bode well.

Business Systems Integratio, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Don't be too overpowering in the group activities.
Keep calm in the written exam.

Communications/Media/Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Prepare well for the interview.

Interview Advice:

Always smile, know the company and the division it is built of, what each one does, etc.

Business Analyst, Business Intelligence at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and research a few of Accenture's clients and find out what the company has done to make a difference.

Interview Advice:

During the assessment centre, HR will do everything to make you change your opinions over situational questions. The key is to never back down with your decision, whatever it is, there's a reason to why you decided to do something. When you have made that decision you should back it up and prove to HR you will stick with your decision. Even if after a few explanations with HR, you start doubting your answer. You shouldn't doubt your answer and decisions.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do lots of research on Accenture case studies and choose your favourite areas in which the company operate so that you can discuss these more in depth at your interview.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

I would advice candidates to be logical and confident through the application process

Interview Advice:

Competency questions

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what Accenture does and know what the day to day role involves. Speak to Analysts from Accenture to get the best view of things.

Make sure you have an understanding of project management techniques. Do not need to be an expert on them, but helps to know.

Interview Advice:

If you know what the company does and how it helps its clients, you will be fine.

Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Really research Accenture and what they do, but go beyond what is stated on the website. Go to as many Accenture recruitment events as it will help you get a real good idea of Accenture, what they do and the type of work people are involved in. There may be opportunities to be fast tracked in the application process i.e. miss out the intial testing.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show your enthusiasm of wanting to work for Accenture. It is okay not to have any technical background but show you are willing to learn and also happy to travel. The projects at Accenture vary, locally, nationally and internationally. Therefore be as flexible with this and highlight this at interviews.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be fully prepared to travel
Be aware that Accenture has a good reputation for a reason and that you need to work very hard and produce work to a very high standard

Business Analyst, Business Change and Communications at Accenture
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Application Advice:

- Do your research
- Speak to current employees
- Really want to work for the company and enthusiasm will shine through

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research, familiarise yourself with some of the key clients and case studies that Accenture has delivered. You don't need to have a technical background, but an interest and curiousity about the Digital world.

Interview Advice:

Read Management Consultancy case studies, and showcase a genuine interest in Technological developments/innovations.

System Integration Analyst, Retail at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Analytical skills, emotional intelligence, teamwork and proactivity are important

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company really well.

Interview Advice:

Be well prepared.

Strategy and Planning Analyst, Business Planning at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand the company structure
Be interested in a variety of areas

Interview Advice:

What is the typical analyst role
Competency questions

Business Systems & Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company - understand the different industries and areas of technology they work in.

Interview Advice:

Practise answering case study questions (there are many useful books available)
Volunteer to be the person writing down ideas on the board in the group exersises - you can naturally steer the group in this role

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research well about the firm and provide detailed answers when you apply online

Interview Advice:

Practise questions and understands what we do for clients (Case studies)

Business and system integrations analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Avoid this company.

But if you really want to do this:
There is a lot of information detailing application process in the internet. Read it all. Also attend Accenture hangouts on Google+ or other public calls/meetings that you can and ask smart questions. Note people's names and weave in those experiences into your application/interview. They are actually pretty interesting - sadly, that's not what you will be working on.

Interview Advice:

Avoid this company.

But if you really want to do this:
See application advice above.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be confident in yourself and do your research on the sort of projects Accenture takes on.

Process Excellence and Change Enablement Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Really understand what Accenture does and how it helps its clients

Interview Advice:

Know what the company does and also your key competencies

Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you have a genuine interest in technology / 'Digital'
Do your research on Accenture's case studies and recent projects
Be friendly and enthusiastic

Analyst, at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Research the company well. The type of people Accenture hire tend to be team players and problem solvers, so try and convey this in the group exercises.

Business Systems and Integration Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be willing to try new things and focus on shaping your own career

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Have a genuine passion for technology

Interview Advice:

Know a couple of Accenture case studies well and be able to apply them

Deployment Lead, Business Change at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what the company does and you're passionate about it

Interview Advice:

Be confident and friendly - remember Accenture will need to put you in front of clients

Analyst, Management Consulting at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Learn some case studies and understand what it is that Accenture do - although this can be difficult because of the wide range of projects Accenture run.

Interview Advice:

Understand the core principles of Accenture and link your CV/interview to meeting them.

Business Analyst, Change Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture is very client focused. Always think about the client when responding to questions.

It is also a consulting company focused on technology. This is a key point that differentiates us from other 'Top 4' consulting companies

Interview Advice:

In the group exercise watch your timings. The 20mins goes very quickly and they give you additional information halfway through!

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Project Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

If you want to do management consulting, apply to Process Excellence and Change Enablement (the management consulting arm), and highlight on your CV your interest in business, as many people apply thinking that they will be doing management consulting, and end up in tech consulting.

Interview Advice:

Be very rational and logical in your answers to questions. Do NOT try to dominate the group exercises. Be considerate.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Work experience is key. Internships are important but make sure you have had a 'rubbish' job as well at some point. By being able to stick at a job that doesn't necessarily pay very well, but works to physically to the bone, it will show that you have clout and can work hard.

Interview Advice:

Take some pens and a notepad with you. Not only does it make you look organised but there is a lot of information you have to take in and remember. The day is pretty stressful so you will save yourself a fair amount of aggravation if you just jot down information about the case study throughout the day.

Business Systems and Integration Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read the website well and have a really good idea of what Accenture does, and where we fit in the market vs our competitors

Interview Advice:

Again, know what we do. Make sure you are supportive of your group in the case study assessment. Be honest.

Analyst, CMT at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure its tailored to Accenture, one size fits all doesn't work.

Interview Advice:

Involve yourself in the group case study but be careful not to domineer. Honest open answers to questions will go down well.

B&SI Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand the culture at Accenture and the structure of our business. Truly consider why you want to work here.

Interview Advice:

Revise Accenture case studies!

Strategy Analyst, HMRC Account at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be sure that you want to work in technology - the vast majority of Accenture's projects are in that area, whether the specific role is techy or not. There has been a drive in recent years to expand the strategy practise, but I believe this is to a large extent a way of leveraging Accenture's technology expertise.

In the actual application, I found the key was to know what you're applying for. Some applicants think of Accenture as just another name on a long list of management consultancies, but make sure that you know about the character of the company. Read up online, talk to whoever you can at careers events, or even contact HR to see if there's someone you can talk to.

Business Analyst, Integration Test at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be bold, honest and enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

Express your interest in a career in consulting and IT, specifically with Accenture.
Highlight your key skills that are relevant to a career in consulting: initiative, drive/motivation, flexibility/adaptability, team working etc.

Process Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, Change Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture hires the top 2% of applicants into the Analyst Consulting Group. Do research into the type of work you will be doing day-to-day and understand the split in favour of Technology Consulting and large System Implementation programmes as opposed to traditional Strategy/Management Consulting work.

Interview Advice:

Research techniques and tips for group interview situations e.g. how to manage different social styles when faced with a group exercise so you can get your opinion heard whilst including/balancing the wider group. Understand the purpose of a Gantt Chart/Project plan to prepare for planning the resourcing and project lifecycle.

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Business & Systems Integration at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Need to have a passion for the company and have the basic skills - don't worry if you aren't very technology orientated because that is not all we do and you will learn any skills you need once you get here.

Interview Advice:

learn a few case studies of work that Accenture has done or is involved with (plenty of examples on the internet) and find something that you are really interested in so that you can show your passion.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Life Sciences at Accenture
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Application Advice:

be concise and clear, don't overcomplicate the application form. Prepare very well for the phone interview and assessment day, go online, do your research and when you are at the interview be a team player!

Interview Advice:

Try and stay calm, prepare well, re-read your application form, prepare your standard answers for the 1:1 interview and focus on the team exercise- it's really important

Analyst, Consumer Goods and Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Highlight relevant experience. Speaking to someone within the Company before gives a good insight.

Interview Advice:

Prepare answers to standard questions. Structure your answers - using the STAR methodology is a good start.

Analyst, Strategy at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you look through the Accenture Graduate website in detail. There is a lot of detail on this to help in the questions you are asked

Interview Advice:

Try to relax and don't be worried if you are not the controlling voice in the room. There are team exercises which need to be completed as part of the assessment centre. While you need to be able to show that you can do the job, and shine when you individually present your findings to your interviewer, there is no need to battle to be team leader or show up other members of the group - it is about working as a team.

Process Excellence and Change Enablement Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Try it out; compare the offer against other; don't get blinded by the £10K starting bonus.

Interview Advice:

Show a time where you have shown leadership/team work etc.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand Accenture's structure, services and competitors.

Understand how Accenture differs from its competitors.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to explain Accenture's structure, services and competitors. Reference case studies to demonstrate your understanding of Accenture's services.

Demonstrate your experience through relevant examples (use STAR technique).

Be yourself!

Process Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, PMO at Accenture
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Application Advice:

1. Don't lie. It's obvious.
2. Try to put across your personality - we're primarily a people company.
3. Link everything you do back to key skills.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared. Ask lots of questions. Think out of the box.
Remember, the fastest solution to a problem isn't always the best.

Business Systems & Integration Analyst, Communications, Media & High Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

research well about what Accenture does

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be interested in technology, learn about social media and innovation in technology trends

Interview Advice:

read Accenture website

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

The roles you are given here are very varied, between my start group of 30 people no one is doing the same role as me now. Show an appreciation of how varied it is and get a good understanding of the things you could be doing at Analyst level.

Interview Advice:

Take your time to answer the questions in a clear structure- don't waffle/ramble on!

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know the IT industry and understand what the client demands are. Understand major technology trends and be able to speak about how to create client value in these areas.

Analyst, Communications, Media, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read as many case studies on the Accenture website so that you understand what they do and can explain it in your own words/apply the same sort of theories to the case study they give you.

Interview Advice:

As much as possible try to relax and show the best of yourself. Chances are if you've made it to the interview stage then you will be a strong enough candidate to get the job - you just need to demonstrate that in person on the day.

Training Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest about your skills and interests.

Interview Advice:

Understand what Accenture does (visit their website and read about what Accenture has delivered for clients!) and how its different streams connect to each other.

Graduate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research current projects, and know about the general direction of the company and what this could mean for you - i.e. alignment to digital work etc. You don't need to understand everything about the company, but a view on its portfolio and stance will help.

Interview Advice:

The interview is largely skills led - and there isn't one "person" they are looking for. Try your best to be yourself at your most confident - and always be sure to include everyone in the group task. For the interview, again just be honest - tell them about any particular industry interests etc.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, they know what they're looking for. Read up on technology and business.

Interview Advice:

Relax and concentrate on working well in the team exercise.

Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Try to show both depth and breadth in skill set, emphasizing both hard/tangible skills as well as tangible (i.e. provide strong evidence) of softer skills.

Interview Advice:

The two questions any interviewer should be trying to answer are: "Would I be comfortable putting this person in front of my most important client?" and "Would this person fit well within and complement my team?" It is the job of the interviewee to make sure that the answer to both is "Yes".

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Fundamentally understand that Accenture is a technology company and tailor your application to reflect the technology angle.

Interview Advice:

Know who Accenture's key clients are. Understand key growth technologies. Understand Accenture's operating model and market competitors. Be prepared to provide detailed examples of your team-working and leadership skills.

Analyst Consultant, Energy Strategy at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company (as best you can). Sometimes it's really hard to articulate exactly what we as a company -do- (trust me, it's still kind of hard...). Much easier if you know someone in Accenture to speak to.

Once you get past the initial application process, you get assigned a buddy which you can ask questions about the company, issues, general advice, etc. You should really use the buddy as much as possible to help you understand the company.

Business Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read the technology trends report they release and mention some things you found interesting.

Interview Advice:

Don't panic about phone case studies - they're not designed to catch you out.

For the assessment centre - work as a team. It's not so much about the result you get as how you get there.

Analyst, Various at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you know fully what the role involves and you can explain what you may be doing on a day to day basis and also ensure you understand that there is a lot of travel involved and you are fully prepared for this.

Interview Advice:

Practice going through case studies and coming up with innovative ways in which processes and businesses can be improved.
Ensure you have fully researched the company, know Accenture's competitors and know what Accenture is currently involved in. Be ready to talk about case studies.

Business Analyst, Small Change and Rectifications at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the industry. All throughout the process you will be asked about the company, its clients, the work it does, the directions it is moving in and why. Research all the publically available Accenture documents you can (for example the 'Technology Vision' for that year). Also try and relate experiences in your life to Key Competencies, be they part-time work, internships or university clubs/socieities. All top companies look for candidates to not only demonstrate how they have certain key competencies (google them, they're quite generic across all grad jobs), but also how well you can articluate those experiences and personal qualities.

Interview Advice:

If you have researched the company and prepared your competencies, you're half way there. Further to this, they key to interviews/assessment centres is how you conduct yourself. Accenture are looking for a type of person, who fits with the company ethos, and who can work as part of a team of people, as ultimately, thats what consultancy is all about: teamwork.

Make sure you get your points across in interviews/group tasks, but don't be too pushy. You need to be able to listen as well as talk, considering all the facts and opinions available and then come to a reasoned conclusion. If you get the balance between being respectful but assertive right, you'll be fine.

Digital Analyst, Analyst Consulting Group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself when interviewing - the job is about being able to think on your feet and responding to unfamiliar problem, so don't worry if you don't know the exact right answer to everything.

Interview Advice:

Speak up on the group interview section, but make it clear that you value insight from others too.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you really don't mind travelling 100% of the time. If this is the case, reach out to someone who works at Accenture, either from your network, through grad recruiting or LinkedIn to ask them what it's like. Doing this persuaded me that I wanted to work for Accenture because I wanted to work with people like them.

Interview Advice:

Enjoy it!

PMO Consultant, Aerospace and Defense at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show that you are adaptable, personable, willing to work hard and can be passionate about helping clients

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Demostrate knowledge of the company and flexibility in work

Interview Advice:

Give an example of one of Accenture's clients and what we do for them.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Good advice online.

Interview Advice:

Focus on being structured and creative in the interview process, show you can think logically whilst offering a different perspective.

Be enthusiastic and keen to learn more, show knowledge in a chosen area but remember potential is more important than current understanding.

Strategy analyst, Banking at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get to know the Accenture website well, learn Accenture case studies and understand the Accenture key values. Understand what technology consulting means and what your typical tasks would be as an analyst at Accenture

Interview Advice:

Explain a couple of case studies. Why Accenture? What is consulting? What IT experience do you have?

Analyst, Banking at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Get a thorough understanding of the company and what it's known for. This will be important at Assessment Centres.

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Health at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Think hard about transferable skills - the field you're in doesn't matter. Scrutinize your current 'roles' - presentation skills? Data integrations skills?

Interview Advice:

Prepare for all typical questions, do your research and practice:

What makes you suitable for this job?
Why do you want this job?
What can you bring to this job?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years
What does Accenture do?
What do you think you will be doing day-to-day?

Smile, be sincere and professional every step of the process.

Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to have a lot of responsibility early on and to be flexible when it comes to working hours and location.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Preparation, research on the company and case studies within the website and external info.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for situational questions, such as "Tell me a time when....". Also, there is one mini-case study and questions around understanding the company. For example, what role has technology in Accenture?

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research
Know exactly what company you want to work for and why
Quality over quanitity - don't copy and paste the same application to lots of different companies select the ones you really want and tailor each application and make it really specific to each organisation. It will increase your chances of getting a job

Interview Advice:

Know information about the company and the role and any stories currently in the news.
Try and speak to people who work there before hand to get an idea of what might come up or use wiki job
Prepare your competencies in the STAR format (Situation, Task, Action Result)
Be yourself

Analyst, Financial Services – Project management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

This is a brilliant first step on the career path. It has great benefits but the greatest benefit is the focus on your career. Accenture are big into personal development and helping others to develop, and there are opportunities to try new things and learn new skills everywhere and every day. This is a place to work when you are willing to get stuck in and put yourself about, and the benefits for doing so are huge in terms of your career. However, this won't just happen for you, you have to make this happen for yourself. Make it clear in your application that you are open to new opportunities and for making the most of them. If you can prove you have all the basic skills, that you will apply yourself, and then go that extra mile, you will help to prove you are the sort of candidate that Accenture are after.

Interview Advice:

Being a consultant is a very social job. Prove that you are amiable, can converse easily and that you are credible, as these are essential qualities for when you are on client site. Don't make a joke of everything, but let your personality show, demonstrating your confidence whilst maintaining an air of professionalism. These are qualities that will stand you in good stead when being put in front of an expectant client.

Design and Change Process Lead, UK Delivery Centre at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your Research.

Interview Advice:

Competency Questions, Why you want to work here/ Why you should work here/ Case Studies.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, TGP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read the Accenture website to understand exactly what kind of work we do. Tailor your answers to the application questions to the kind of roles that you would be performing at Accenture. Speak to current employees and use the referral process.

Interview Advice:

Interview question were:
Why do you want to work for Accenture?
Who are our main competitors?
What are the core roles and responsibilities of an analyst at Accenture?

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Stay up to date on current business news.
Research the basics of management consulting and project management and how you could apply these to live situations (for example, the merger of two banks, or how a company could update its technology systems).

Interview Advice:

Be able to apply your previous experiences working, at university, school or in extra curricular activities to how you would help clients create value or manage a project.
Be able to think outside of the box.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Ask friends who have also applied, go to networking events, research technology and and project management.

Interview Advice:

Practise makes perfect - role play with friends.
Make sure you have fluent answers and good knowledge on core areas.

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Communications, Media and Entertainment at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get your mum to read it. If she bursts out laughing, don't include that bit. Or re-word it. I think we went through 7 drafts of my application in the end. Every change was only minor and we only spent an hour or two on it, but it was definitely important to keep reviewing it. Otherwise I have no idea. I applied on a spur-of-the-moment "I really need a job right now", so I can't really remember how it went.

Interview Advice:

It sounds overstated, but relax and be yourself. We were told in our first day that we were picked because we were liked, and that comes from showing who you are. In my interview I mentioned that I liked empire-building computer games and linked that to why I decided to apply for the job. The fact that I play those games probably didn't help me in the slightest, but the fact that I was willing to show I have interests outside of work probably helped a lot. Don't necessarily try to take charge in the team projects in your application. Our team did fantastically well because we worked together to let everyone have their moment to speak and share ideas, allocating each of us 5 minutes to present each before having 5-10 minutes to discuss the answer to our problem after that. In contrast, the other team in my application group spent most of their time shouting over each other trying to be heard. Showing you can work well with everyone else but still being unafraid to make your points known is very important.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and the demands of the role.

Interview Advice:

Speak to anyone you know who works in a similar role to get advice before the interview, people are always willing to help and its the best way to prepare yourself.

Analyst, Insurance at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be creative and bold, be a problem solver, and be yourself. There is a wide diversity of characters and skills within the firm, being yourself and being confident of your skill set will allow you to excel.

Interview Advice:

Be confident of the role of technology in business, and be succinct in answers - bullet points and straightforward, clear thinking is better than exhaustive lists of answers.

Analyst, IT Strategy at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Accenture knows what they're looking for.

Interview Advice:

Competency, and working as a team exercise.

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Application Advice:

I would suggest to try to get to know real people that work in this sector. To listen to as many experiences as possible, and not to be afraid , because there are huge amounts of possibilities and learning and changing is always an option.

Interview Advice:

Not to lie. Be clear about what you know and what you want to share.
It's important to keep clam and if there's anything that you don't understand while interviewed to ask politely for some clarification.
Also be prepared for an interview, lots of effort is put on recruitment processes and lies and making people loose time won' t look good in any company.
Feel confident, interviewers are human beings as well!

Business System and Intergration Analyst, SAP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Think about what industry interests you most and whether or not you can satisfy your personal goals by joining the company.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and make sure you contribute to team discussions.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Don't leave anything to chance. make a thorough research on the company and demonstrate innovative thinking

Interview Advice:

Prove that you can work in a team (dont take over other people in the AC) and read carefully tasks before starting

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the role and company thoroughly, and make sure you realise that Accenture is a technology company

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be confident, be friendly

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you're up for travelling - it's not a London-based job, no matter what.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do know and understand the industry and the services Accenture operates in and offers.

Analyst, Technical Architecture at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Technology is a big part of what Accenture deliver. Make sure you reference Accenture successes, and the key technologies they used.

Interview Advice:

Always have examples from your life outside and inside work to back up competency based questions.

Business and System Integration Analyst, Health and Public Service at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research

Graduate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Accenture is a fantastic company to work for. The work is challenging, interesting and varied. There are opportunities to learn and grow all the time, whether its on the job or through formal training. In my experience Accenture employees are consistently friendly, helpful and supportive, and the best at what they do!

Interview Advice:

Preparation is key. You need to be clear of the services Accenture provides, the industry groups the Company operates in, its major clients and competitors. Learn a few examples to bring interview answers to life and demonstrate your understanding of the company.

Speak to current employees if possible to gain an understanding of what it is like to work for the company.

Process Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, SAP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Insist on your experience.
Or courses related to the job (business cases).
Your personality is also important (open-minded; adaptable).

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and prepare a lot for the interview.
Be aware of the companies last project.

Business analyst, Industry at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Confidence
Concise

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, SAP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show you are well rounded - both academic success and good teamworking/social skills.

Interview Advice:

Lots of competency questions - e.g. 'give me an example where you have been challenged by a deadline'.
Need to have good thorough case studies of what Accenture have done in previous projects and examples of how they have used technology in projects.
Many of the interview questions were based on questions answered in the application form.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show pro-activity and an ability to act independently.

Interview Advice:

Communication is key, engage with the interviewer and respond confidently.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

Willing to travel and commit to long hours.

Business Analyst, Life Sciences at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand that Accenture is a technology consulting firm with expertise across a range of IT and Application systems.

Analyst Consultant, Resources CSG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a thorough understanding of Accenture's current strategy, do your research, have a genuine interest in the types of work that are offered

Interview Advice:

Make sure your voice is heard in the group exercises, but there is no need to shout the loudest. Often the people who lead the conversation in a subtle, calm way are the most noteworthy.

Business Analyst, Sales at Accenture
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Application Advice:

In the interview/assessment stage, simply be yourself. Do your research, find out about the company, and really -want- the role. The more I realized what Accenture did, the more I wanted to be a part of the company.

Be prepared to do something you don't like and then have the initiative to move into something that you do. I have a background in history and human rights, worked for NATO, and love reading about sustainability, the evolution of rights, and economic inequality. And here, I've ended up in banking. Though this isn't a role I want to stay in for long, I also know that the skills I gain in this role could very well come in handy down the road. So I'd advise everyone to show real flexibilty and open-mindedness regarding the roles offered.

Graduate Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Follow all the tips on the internet, make sure you have fully researched and actually want to work for the company. Try to go on boot camp.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - all about your personality.

Process Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, CMT at Accenture
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Application Advice:

- Read the website
- Read around the subject
- Learn competitors
- Understand Accenture's work

Interview Advice:

- Case studies
- Read Accenture website and news
- Competitors
- Competencies - have an example for each
- Why do you like consulting?
- Why Accenture?

Financial Services Analyst, Change Management at Accenture
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Application Advice:

> Do in depth research into what is required of an IT consultant
> Be confident

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - detail extra curricular activities and what skills they have given you.

Interview Advice:

Why do you think you are suitable for this role?

What skills can you contribute?

Why have you chosen Accenture?

Defect Manager, UAT/Tester at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be thorough, and answer all questions honestly. The process is challenging, but fair and transparent. Make sure that the answers you give address the question, be it on the application form itself, or at later stages of interview.

Interview Advice:

- Understand the firm before applying and interviewing - research what we do and what large scale deliveries we have managed. Have concrete examples.

- Don't try to compete with other applicants if you make it to the assessment centre. You are being as

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research Accenture, it's values, its organisational matrix

Interview Advice:

Be confident, work as a team member, be open

Business and Systems integration analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know the high level trends in technology, especially good recent examples of how Accenture have helped their clients. Do your research and make sure you are passionate and enjoy the stuff Accenture does.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be calm. Be methodical in your thought process and make sure you have a reason to back up all your answers.

Business Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the work that we do and be relevant.

Interview Advice:

Take an interest in the career journey your interviewer has been on with Accenture & ask questions.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company very well using the website

Interview Advice:

Think logically throughout the process. Accenture wants to know if you have an interest in Consulting, the company and Technology

Business and System Integration Analyst, Analyst Consulting Group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research from the Accenture website and go to the Accenture recruitment events. These events will give you a much better insight into the company and further advice as to what the recruitment team look for in a candidate. The more networking you do, the easier you will find the application process.

Interview Advice:

The interview was quite straight forward with the standard questions being asked. Make sure you do your research on Accenture with a particular focus on case studies that can be found online. Listen carefully to the case study, and make sure you think of all the effects (long and short term) that a solution may cause to the client.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Analyst Consulting Group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be confident and articulate. Research Accenture and the work that it does for its clients, and show that you know what you're getting yourself into. Demonstrate flexibility, proactiveness, teamwork, and a love of adventure, and you'll be fine!

Interview Advice:

It's easy to go into the interview planning to emphasise what you know about industries, technologies, or solving business problems. However, all of this is less important than how interested you are in Accenture and consulting, and how much you're willing to learn. Even senior managers that have been employed at Accenture for over a decade might find themselves approaching a new project without knowing anything about the subject area. In these cases, it is the ability and willingness to learn new things quickly, to ingratiate yourself by getting stuck into projects with wider teams, and to maintain a positive outlook and confidence in facing the unknown which will really make you stand apart from other interviewees.

Analyst, Analyst Consulting Group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be focused and research the company thoroughly before applying, there's a lot of information on the internet

Analyst, Sales at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand whats latest in industry

Interview Advice:

Be real, nobody expects you to know everything. But make sure you show interest in technology. Dont say, I am not techie at all or something like that. Prepare.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand exactly what Accenture does and the role you will be doing.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be thorough and research properly - answer with as much detail as you can, for every single question, even those which look seemingly unimportant.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not overbearing, research and prep well.

MI Analyst, Management Information at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research, look at what Accenture does worldwide, there are thousands of case studies make sure you know a few of them inside out and use them to back up your knowledge and skills.

Interview Advice:

Always come back to Accentures case studies and add your own opinion.

Business Analyst, Financial Service Consultant at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Include loads of references to technology in answers and be enthusiastic about it
Spend time checking and re-checking answers multiple times
Show you are flexible when it comes to location

Interview Advice:

Know about competitors, Accenture clients and case studies, exactly what Accenture does
Come across as confident, outgoing. Accenture essentially want people they can put in front of clients.

Business and Systems Integration Analysts, Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Great first job - definitely apply for the experience you get

Interview Advice:

1. Why Accenture?
2. Main competitors
3. How does Accenture use technology to help its client?

Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research! Research global trends, Accenture projects that you find interesting etc. It is important to be clued up about the sort of things Accenture does and global technology trends and innovations before applying.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself at the assessment centre - Accenture puts a lot of weight on your personality and how likable/easy to work with you seem at interview (as well as your achievements) which is why one of the best things about the company is the people. It is important that you let your personality shine through so the interviewer can get a sense of you as a person and how you would fit in with the company.

Analyst, Products – Pharmaceutical at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Think about what Accenture do and new business acquisitions (e.g. Inorganic growth through buying new companies)

Interview Advice:

Stay calm and confident it will help you think and will appear employable when being interviewed.
Know something about technology, no point applying here otherwise

Analyst, Media and Entertainment at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the job and the role, try and speak to people currently working at the company. Be confident.

Interview Advice:

Know a few case studies well and be able to fit them in

PMO Lead, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Prepare for the interview, know the market.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for the interview, know the market.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

- Only apply to Accenture if you are happy to work within technical IT environments. It is not hardcore technology but you will always be working around technical solutions as this is what Accenture is known for, implementing valuable solutions.
- Be con

Interview Advice:

- Research Accentures Competitors and what makes them their competitors
- Be friendly and welcoming to your interviewee
- Have reasons prepared for why you want to work for Accenture rather than other similar companies

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Don't write too much, bullet points are best. Show your involvement with activities at university.

Interview Advice:

Be ambitious. Show you really want to go places with the job

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

research, case studies, focus on tech

Interview Advice:

not about what you do in group tasks but how you do it

Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get example case studies from the web site.

Interview Advice:

Group exercise - ensure you show you're a team player.

Analyst, UK at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be genuine and provide the wide variety of things you do in life.
It is important to be a smart and interesting person, but it is very key to get along with people as nobody likes a cocky arrogant person.

Interview Advice:

Have some experience or interest with technology (you do not have to be coder) as questions will arise around this.
Group work experience is key as well.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Engage with technological business cases on the Accenture website - the majority of our work is related to technology in some way, so demonstrating enthusiasm in this regard will be important (even if you want to work in strategy / management, our solutions will often involve technology)

Interview Advice:

Accenture are good with CSR & development work - this respect is good to highlight as to why you think youll be a good fit
A difference that Accenture has in comparison to other consultancies is the breadth of service we offer: right from strategy to implementation.

Analyst, Analyst Consulting Group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.
Research Accenture - what makes us unique?

Interview Advice:

What makes Accenture unique?
Why do you want to work for Accenture?

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do a lot of research and show you are passionate about the company.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and honest.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the company and be imaginative.

Interview Advice:

Be confident about what you say. A big part of your job as a consultant will be to come across as a professional and credible resource to your client.

During the assessment centre apply as much Accenture based knowledge as you can to your group activities, but most of all make sure that what your saying is justifiable and logical. Particularly in the Business Case/Project Planning part of the assessment centre, there will be no right answer (as long as you are below budget), so make sure you are clear in why your solution is the right one and don't be afraid to back yourself when your ideas get put under an interviewer's scruitiny.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company thoroughly so you understand exactly what Accenture does and what consulting is as an industry. Memorise some relevant case studies.

Interview Advice:

Understand the project management process and what types of technologies Accenture uses to bring high performance in businesses.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know the industry, know the company. How do ACN help their clients.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Analyst, Business Systems and Integration at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be clear on how accenture fits into your career plans.

Interview Advice:

Structure your thoughts, communicate effectively.

Analyst, capital markets at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and its clients, business model etc.

Interview Advice:

Don't dominate in an assessment centre group exercise; try and encourage quieter team members to contribute.

Analyst, CMT at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be confident, logical and to the point. Read up on what's going on in the IT world at the moment, and the recent things Accenture have worked on.

Analyst, Sales at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Have a think about how you behave in a team, become aware of your strengths and weaknesses and learn how best to manage these. Be open and friendly to everyone.

Interview Advice:

Know the company and case studies well, have good questions lined up to ask. Have an understanding about why we're different from our competitors (good and bad points welcome).

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be open minded about what you'll end up doing. There's so much scope with Accenture, and not all of its glamourous - but all of it is valuable experience. You'll also probably end up loving something you'd never even considered before! If you want to apply, you have to be able to see the silver lining in your project - finding the positives and the opportunities for yourself will be of great advantage to your career and your happiness!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - massive cliche I know but its true. Accenture aren't looking for a packaged business person - they're looking for personalities to contribute to an evolving company. You can only keep up a facade for so long - tackle the interview tasks as you normally would, don't think about what the assessors are looking for, because there isn't a prescribed formula. Be yourself, and be fearless, its only a short assessment day and you need to shine from the off.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Communications, Media and Technology at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Read up on everything that Accenture does. Know why this could be potentially your dream job. Look up some of their business cases. Always try to go to Accenture's public event, its your chance to network.

Interview Advice:

Be confident. Never back down, and back yourself. If the rationale you presented to the interviewer makes sense in your head and you know that its right, back it up with evidence. Always smile and read up on a lot of business cases. Do your research on the many industries that Accenture deals with.

Analyst, CRM at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be interested in technology and how it can improve business processes. Be aware of Accenture's work in certain areas such as fintechs and other start ups and where it is pioneering new approaches. Read up on case studies on the website and follow Accenture related news to see what their latest projects etc. are.
Be open and have other interests, Accenture likes well-travelled, open-minded candidates, so some experience abroad (working, studying, travelling) or a foreign language is quite common among colleagues here.
Don't be put off by the emphasis on technology as colleagues come from all disciplines and the vast majority of skills, if not all really, you pick up on the job.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Interview Advice:

Research the company & its previous projects well.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know the company - how are we different from other consulting firms?

Interview Advice:

What opportunities are there for career progression at Accenture?

PE & CE Analyst, FS at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research into the job to make sure it is suited to you.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Expect long hours and plenty of travel (usually not to exciting locations) but also a huge variety of work, the ability to shape your career and some amazing colleagues.

Interview Advice:

Do your research, make sure you have an idea of the industries the company works in and some examples of recent projects they have carried out.

Accenture
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Application Advice:

The recruitment team will make it seem a lot different to the reality of working here.

Interview Advice:

Talk about technology.

Technology Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are fully aware that Accenture is a tech consulting company, and most work that you do will with have something to do with technology.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Really understand what the company does.

Interview Advice:

Understand what the company do and what sort of qualities they will look for and match them with your experiences.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

There is a misconception about IT Consulting vs. Management Consulting, IT is such a big part of Business today that the two I believe are interchangeable, so I'd advise having an open mind to both.

Interview Advice:

Really understand Accenture's Business, what the market is like and who their competitors are.

Analyst, CMT at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand that once you get the job, you still have to work hard to further your career. You have to network, do the relevant research to drive your career to get put onto projects that you want.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and know the company well.

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Get in contact with current employees to better understand the application process, company and potential roles you may be interested in.

Interview Advice:

For the initial phone interview, prepare 5 good stories from university or past jobs and be able to deliver them concisely in the STAR format (situation, task, action, result). For the assessment center, look at Gantt charts and try to take advantage of free group case study practice at your university.

Change Enablement and Process Excellence Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be prepared. Take time to research the company and the role you are applying to. Make sure it offers exactly what you want.

Interview Advice:

Read up on the company and make sure you are aware of any recent news from them. Based on this, have some insightful questions ready.

Business and Systems Integration Analyst, Resources at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you view your application from the perspective of the person that will be reviewing it. Before you start your application, look through the corporate website and write down our client values. What sets Accenture apart? - what do we motivate ourselves to do daily?

Once you have done this, you will have a much better view of what your application needs to draw from you with regards to your strengths and areas for improvement.

Interview Advice:

Always, Always, ALWAYS, have a question to ask them at the end of the interview. Given that you are 99.9% likely to be asked whether you have any, it would seem simply foolish not to have something prepared in advance. You could ask about recent clients, a particular piece of work that was completed, or about the consulting industry in general.

Inventory Analyst, Analyst Consultant Group (ACG) at Accenture
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Application Advice:

- Do your research.
- Speak to an Accenture employee about their experiences so you know exactly what you are getting yourself into and whether a career at Accenture, or consulting in general, is right for you.

Business Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Use your network & try to get internship/ talk to consultants to see if you would like the job before applying.

Interview Advice:

Use your network- talking to people will give you a good idea of the job you will do and skills you will need to do it.

Business analyst, aerospace and defence at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be unique.

Interview Advice:

Group Exercise - be confident and contribute, but not overbearing.
Interview - have an idea of what the company does!

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, CMT at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Experience! As well as obviously getting the grades, having made the most of your summers and gap years is very inportant. If you have time, get plenty of experience under your belt. No matter how varied. I can't imagine how I would have got through the interview process without having my various work experience to draw on.

Interview Advice:

Same as above really, don't just refer to university when answering competancy based questions, set yourself apart from others.

Business & Systems Integration Analyst, Architecture at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be open minded as to what you want to work in- Accenture provides so much breadth of opportunity you can work in almost any sector.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is key, know your stuff and you will be fine.

Senior Business Analyst, Capital Markets, Prime Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research what Accenture actually does.

Interview Advice:

Come across as a team player.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Try to highlight both management applicable and social activities.

Interview Advice:

Show enthusiasm, social awareness and team working ability. Do not try to take control and view the interview day as a competitive environment

Analyst, Life Sciences at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand what the company does.

Interview Advice:

What do you understand about what Accenture does?

Analyst, Sales Origination at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Have an interest in technology. Be a people person.

Interview Advice:

Ensure that you know Accenture's structure inside out and you know examples of successful techonology implementation.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Know what Accenture does. Accenture are a full-service consulting firm, and use several different knowledge streams (technology being primary) to help fulfil the needs of our clients. This differentiates Accenture from competitors because we can see projects through from beginning to implementation.

Interview Advice:

Know why you want to work for Accenture, and what you can provide for them. Typically they are looking for confident, bright individuals who can be trained. Don't worry if you think you have no experience - nobody does at the beginning.

Process Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, Process Excellence & Change Enablement at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be a team player and prepare to learn a lot in a short time. Be flexible of where your project is. Chose 3 top priorities for your role. If 2 out of 3 are met take the role. You can expand it to 5 as you progress and have a better feel of what you want.

Be proactive. There are 1000 analysts and it's easy to get lost.

Interview Advice:

Research the assessment centre on wikijobs and other websites. The format and even case study stories barely change and always ask for the same.

Don't be the aggressive alpha. Be a team player and think about how you fit in within the team. During the final interview they might ask you how you felt during the team and if you can explain the interaction between the team that's very good. Stakeholder management basically.

Analytics Consultant, Analytics at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Express a keen interest in the business use of technology

Interview Advice:

Be critical of your own performance - you won't be penalised for doing something wrong as long as you acknowledge your mistakes later on in the interview process.

Analyst, Test at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research the company thoroughly and understand the analyst role before applying. It might not be right for you, so make an effort to fully understand what your life will look like as an analyst at Accenture.

Interview Advice:

Thoroughly research the website, particularly the client case studies and make sure you can cite a few and how Accenture made a difference.

PMO, PPI at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself ultimately; although a tad cliché. There are a variety of people here and you need the balance of personality types for this role. Don't try and be someone you are not - we want you as you are.

Proposal Manager, Market Maker at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Learn everything you can about Accenture, you'll need it when you start.

Interview Advice:

Back yourself

Management consultancy graduate, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have done ample research on the company, ask as many questions as possible, and make sure you know what you are applying for

Interview Advice:

Definitely be confident, and although you don't need to have a technology background, talking about new technology and how it can be used by Accenture will be extremely helpful

Change Management and Communication Analyst, Shell at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest. Read about the company

Interview Advice:

Be confident

Analyst, TGP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Highlight your extra curriculars and examples of collaboration and team work. It's just as, if not more, important than your academics. Make sure you make the effort to demonstrate some interest in technology, even if you aren't a technical person (most of us aren't when we join) at least read up on a few articles about trends in technology and how integral it is to business etc. Although not all our work is technology based, much of it is and most people end up doing technology projects at some point so it's important you can demonstrate you understand, and will enjoy this.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. We hire strongly on personality fit so don't be afraid to show a bit of personality. Everyone at Accenture tends to be quite outgoing and gets stuck in to all the extra curricular activities we have going on. So highlight these qualities in yourself.

Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what the company does, yes it is a Management Consultancy, but much of the work involved software development and systems integration, so the role will involve work in those. This does not mean you need to have a technical background, you will learn the right skills once you join.

Interview Advice:

In the group exercise, remember its a team exercise. There is a difference between dominating and controlling a group. Invite people to speak, ask for others opinions, your answer to the exercise wont really matter, its the way you handle the task that is being assessed.

Analyst, ACG – TGP at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest about what you want to achieve from working here and if there are other factors in your life that are incredibly important to you, be open to the company and yourself about them. It is an incredibly supporting company and does not seek to quash your personal dreams.
Don't be afraid to dive outside your comfort zone. Consultancy in the modern world is extremely fast moving, and working on client site is not like having your own 'safe' workplace environment - make sure you are comfortable with this.

Interview Advice:

Learn how to to do a project plan/Gantt chart.
Take time to read the Accenture website and gain an understanding of:
- The structure of the company
- The different types of work we do
- The new exciting partnerships Accenture has just announced/ recent Accenture involvement in the news.
- Be confident in yourself and your strengths.

Performance Excellence & Change Enablement Analyst, Media Clients at Accenture
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Application Advice:

It's not easy, you have to work hard

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Bus. and Sys. Analyst, Analyst consulting group at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Understand how the company fits into the professional landscape.
Be aware of what the company actually does (we are not a true management consulting firm but are heavily involved in IT - if you do not want this you need to be very specific about this in your interview

Consultant, WTS at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Only apply if very flexible as a person and happy to take initiative and constantly learn

Interview Advice:

Know the company and do case studies

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Show that you've researched Accenture and aren't just copy and pasting our name into you generic application you're sending to all the big firms.

Interview Advice:

Have examples of what you want to get involved in and things Accenture has done, prove you did your homework and that your interest is genuine.

Business & Systems integration analyst, MHRA at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be ready for great career.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and speak. Talk about the skills you possess that way the interviewer can identify what area your key strengths are as they are trained to identify this in every candidate

Business and System Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Research Accenture! Trail the website and find out what exactly they do. Also make sure you have a few examples of sucessful client stories to support your answers throughout the application process. Moreover, make sure you are aware of how they use technology - this is increasingly becoming the backbone of the organisation and any applicant who shows a strong interest in technology is much more likely to succeed.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - they will see straight through you, especially in the group activities!

Buisness and Systems Integration Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in interview - they are not looking for clones.

Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Try to try more than one Industry area in your first year. Beyond that it is difficult to move, particularly if you want your career to progress

Interview Advice:

The only one big no-no is showing a total aversion to IT. Many have no experience in this area but saying your not interested at all in IT at an IT Consultancy is more than ill advised.

Analyst, at Accenture
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Application Advice:

You need to have an interest in technology and have done your research on our company.

Business Analyst, Products at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Be honest, confident in your ability and sell yourself.

Analyst, ACG at Accenture
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Application Advice:

Think about your strengths - you do need to be able to get along with a lot of different types of people, and you will be under pressure. It's not an easy job

Analyst, at Accenture
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Best:

Good pay

Worst:

Difficultly in moving projects

Analyst, Capital Markets at Accenture
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Best:

The people - people from across the organisation are very willing to help you not only develop but find where in the company you want to be.

Worst:

There is the possibility of getting stuck on a project that you don't enjoy and it can be very difficult to move onto something else if the client and team do not want you to leave

Technology Consulting Analyst, Financial Services at Accenture
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Best:

people, salary, job prospects, challenging work

Worst:

hours

Accenture
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Best:

Big which means lots of training opportunities etc.

Worst:

Also big means you can feel lost

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Best:

The size and scale of the company. They recruit many individual at a starter level like me and provide a lot of support and training for personal development.

Worst:

Because they are so big you can get stuck doing little tasks that you do not want.

Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Best:

Plenty of responsibility awarded from an early stage, with exposure to senior Accenture staff and client stakeholders.

Worst:

Analyst pay has not increased for a while, despite an increase in cost of living.

Analyst, Management Consulting at Accenture
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Best:

Job security
Salary
Diversity of work- ability to move from project to project
The people
All the benefits & the holiday

Worst:

"the system"
Corporate politics
feeling a number rather than a valued employee
not being pushed/ not learning or developing
Promotions seem very stressful at this company

Digital Business Analyst, Digital at Accenture
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Best:

The People

Worst:

Very competitive for promotion due the vast number of people.

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Best:

Good remuneration package, excellent colleagues and good fringe benefits. Prestigious company name and great central London office location that makes you feel like you work for a huge company.

Worst:

Out of town locations where you can end up for months on end, sometimes it can be high stress and your ability to affect change is limited. Day to day work can be boring and uncomplicated e.g. powerpoints, spreadsheets, chasing emails.

Accenture
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Best:

- Company values
- Focus on employee (e.g. mental health helpline, focus on gender equality, LGBT ally training, mental health ally training)
- Great benefits

Worst:

- Minimum 1.5 years until first promotion.

Management Consulting Analyst, at Accenture
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Best:

Strong strategic direction from c-suite.
Great company reputation.

Worst:

Enjoyment is highly linked to the project that you are on. It can be great or awful depending on the project.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology Consulting at Accenture
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Best:

Range of benefits

Worst:

Difficult to identify who you need to speak to, or know where to look for information. Very large company, you can feel a bit lost sometimes.

Technology Consulting Analyst, Technology at Accenture
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Best:

The company really seems to care about it's employees and treats even those at low levels with a lot of respect and responsibilities.

Worst:

Sometimes their diversity messages and messages of inclusion can be a little overbearing, especially if you do not fit into what they consider a 'diverse' person.

Application Development Associate, at Accenture
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Best:

Ability to move roles in order to find a job suitable for you. Training opportunities.

Worst:

Not having an option of which role you get put on first, even if you know it's not what you want to do.

Accenture
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Best:

Ability to move roles in order to find a job suitable for you. Training opportunities.

Worst:

Not having an option of which role you get put on first, even if you know it's not what you want to do.

Accenture
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Best:

Facilities and support are exceptional and the opportunities are vast!

Worst:

Very competitive internally to get the best of the good opportunities and it can take a while to get to where you want to be in the long term

Associate Software Engineer, Technology at Accenture
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Best:

The company invests in their staff and wants to progress staff as far as they wish to go.

Application Development Associate, at Accenture
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Best:

The diverse environment. Opportunity to learn about new technologies. Meet new people and expand my Network.

Worst:

Nothing Yet.

Application Development Associate, Application Development at Accenture
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