All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Colliers International employees based on 18 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.6/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.1/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.3/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.7/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.6/5
 

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Colliers International

Average start time: 8:30

Average end time: 18:00

Average number of working hours: 9.5

Based on 18 reviews


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Application Advice:

Work experience

Office Agency, at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Try to get as much work experience as possible.
Point out any extra-curricular activities you do.
Read as much property-related news as possible.
Try to relate anything happening in the news to property.

Graduate Surveyor, Valuation at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Don't apply through the official graduate route

Interview Advice:

Use examples of your previous work experience to reflect your strengths

Graduate, Valuation at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Be confident, ask questions, don't be afraid to learn.

You have to be able to talk to people and engage them.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions to your interviewer. An interview is a two way process, to see if the company like you and if you like the company.

Graduate Surveyor, City Investment at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

• Ensure you have sufficient technical knowledge e.g. valuation techniques, current market trends etc.
• Current affairs and how they could affect the property market.
• Make sure your enthusiasm comes across in the application and interviews.

Graduate Surveyor, at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

do lots of work experience to decide if it's for you/talk about in interviews.

Interview Advice:

work experience and skills you learnt/achievements are very important.

Graduate Surveyor, Valuations at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company and principles, show desire for the role, explain how your knowledge makes you fit for the role.

Interview Advice:

Be professional but relaxed. Questions varied from being able to show knowledge to showing some personality.

Graduate Surveyor, Rating at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

The best advice I will give a candidate is to be themselves.

Interview Advice:

The best interview advice I can give is to have a read through your university notes as you will be asked questions on some aspects of these. You also have to present so be prepared for this.

Graduate Surveyor, Licensed & Leisure at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Have experience in the surveying world, know why you want to have a career in property and the know specifics of the company you're applying to - don't just read the front page of their website!

Interview Advice:

"Why do you want to work for us and not x?"

Graduate Surveyor, Commercial property at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Desktop research: Colliers website, property websites.
Contact HR - very accommodating and willing to chat

Interview Advice:

Get to know the company (and people in it) if you get through to assessment centre. Sets you up very well for final day interviews.

Technical interview requires revision of key university modules such as L&T and valuation

Graduate Surveyor, Development Consulting at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Use examples to explain every point you make.

Ensure you demonstrate awareness of the company's performance, major instructions etc.

Know you CV inside and out.

Practice GCSE level maths questions eg long multiplication and division, fractions, decimals and percentages etc.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not too outspoken.

Ensure you contribute to group discussions.

Prepare questions to ask interviewers beforehand.

Demonstrate analytical skills.

Graduate Surveyor, Retail at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Know your industry and the company as well as you can. Be honest, passionate and grounded.

Interview Advice:

Learn the property market from where you're applying to. Confidence is either competence, or arrogance. Work hard, read and listen, to make sure confidence comes from being competent.

Graduate Surveyor, Valuation at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Be committed

Interview Advice:

show enthusiasm

Graduate Surveyor, Retail Agency at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

Unlike many other big firms they are not looking for carbon copy standard issue grads. Graduates are so varied in background, skills and personality so don't try and be something you're not.

All aspects of your work experience are important. Don't be afraid to mention you ran a student bar or worked in a shop - this is all transferrable experience and skills and gives a better idea of the sort of person you are. Just make sure you can extract the useful aspects and justify. e.g. working in a shop gave you a strong idea of occupier's needs in retail and consumer patterns etc.

There are also occasional non-rotational roles based on a team's specific needs. These are sometimes advertised but also sometimes speculative so show initiative and get in touch with HR or a team you are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Research as much as possible about press coverage and instructions Colliers are working on. Interview questions can be quite technical so have a base knowledge of economy/finance. Even if you are yet to know the technicalities of property service - these are basic things that show you are well-rounded.

Graduate Surveyor, Retail L&T at Colliers International
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Application Advice:

preparation is key to success, know your market and most importantly yourself and your CV.

Interview Advice:

Speak confidently and keep eye contact. Don't talk about anything you haven't actually been involved in. Find a similarity with the person interviewing.

Graduate Surveyor, West End at Colliers International
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