Online assessment, phone interview, assessment centre, partner interview.
Group interviews and one on ones.
I believe there were 3 online assessments when I applied, however, I progressed through the Development Day Program which was a 2 day intensive program, through to the Vacation Program for 6-8 weeks and 2 final interviews for a position as a Graduate.
I had an online application, an online test (gamified), a phone interview, the assessment centre, a case study (with presentation and interview follow up) and a partner interview.
Started with an online aptitude test, followed by a phone interview, assessment center and one on one interview, and finally a partner interview. Was fairly standard as far as grad recruitment processes go.
Online Test Assessment Centre - group work Director/ manager interview Partner interview
They were challenging and a little competitive, but the most of the other candidates were easy to work with.
My personal experience was different because I was referred by someone who already worked there. I had a phone and face to face interview.
all elements of the interview process and assessments were fun
Complex and long, very impersonal until the very last interview. Lots of tests.
The interviewers were really good at making sure I was able to relax and show who I really was in the interview, instead of being a nervous wreck
Application online follow by computer assessment phone interview with HR to get to know you better and if the role is suitable A/C with individual and group work then 1 on 1 with a director from the department final interview with 2 directors
Online initial assessment, quick phone conversation with HR, group assessment stage (I skipped this as I applied late and had a referral), and a case study/partner interview.
First round psychological assessment, then group interview, then Manager interview, then Partner interview
Complex, interesting, problem solving. A number of rounds (Assessment Centre, Partner interviews, case studies, phone interviews, online tests etc.)
I got a graduate position through a summer vacationer position. The process for the summer vacationer position was: online application, online testing, phone interview, assessment centre, case study and partner interview.
Unlike other graduate interviews/assessment centres I had in looking to secure a grad job, I felt that the interview process made me feel comfortable and confident to do my best without making us complete childish activities.
In 2017 the process was a logical/behavioral assessment, its very unique and ahead of other companies (its online and interactive). After that was a quick phone interview, then an assessment centre which consisted of a problem which you worked in teams and then a solo interview (this has changed in 2018, so I've heard). After that I had an interview with the partner for the department I applied for and if they feel like another interview you might have another one with the director (I did, but many other people the partner interview was the last stage).
Long process: online application, phone interview, group interview with one-on-one manager interview, partner interview.
The interview process and assessments were expected. The difficulty was also expected given the competitive nature of consulting.