Application Process & Interviews at DXC Technology

Please describe the interview process and assessments.

Phone interview followed by an Group Assessment Centre
Graduate, Melbourne
I have gone through several interview processes and assessments: 1. Phone Interview, 2. Online Assessment, 3. Assessment Centre, 4. Three on one Behaviour Interview, 5. One on one Interview with the business lead
Graduate, Melbourne
It’s very thorough.
Graduate, Melbourne
I was an exception to the norm as I was overseas travelling and conducted my interviews via skype calls
Graduate, Sydney
Two assessments, one on personality and one on analytical and logical ability. One interview, lasted for around 45 minutes.
Graduate, Melbourne
Phone - Online assessment - Assessment Centres - Some would get half day catch up with final interviewers - Verbal offers - Paper offers
Graduate, Melbourne
At first there was an online assessment and then there were various interviews with different people from CSC.
Graduate, Melbourne
Assessment Centre, Formal face-to-face interview and phone interview
Graduate, Sydney
A long process but worth while. High calibre of grads
Graduate, Melbourne
Application, online assessment and face-to-face assessment centre
Graduate, Melbourne
Initial phone interview, online testing, face-to-face interview
Graduate, Melbourne

What questions were you asked in your interviews?

Describe yourself using a random photo; How much do you know about the Company? What are your aspirations?
Graduate, Melbourne
There were questions about my previous experience (professional and volunteering experience), my career goal (what i would like to achieve in next 5 years) and my interests.
Graduate, Melbourne
Question related to academics, SAP, Information System, IT Strategy and Process Optimization
Graduate, Melbourne
Give us an example of when you were in a leadership position. What are you expectations of this role? What are some of your interests?
Graduate, Sydney
Why I want to work there, what I have done in the past. Questions relating to my CV, whether I would be willing to relocate and travel if needed.
Graduate, Melbourne
1. Why CSC? 2. Long and short term goals
Graduate, Melbourne
General questions, questions around my degree and university, and behavioural/situational questions
Graduate, Melbourne
Why CSC, what are my strength and weaknesses
Graduate, Sydney
Very different. from innovative questions, to basic what would you do in this scenario
Graduate, Melbourne
Career ambitions, personality
Graduate, Melbourne
Many behavioural questions.
Graduate, Melbourne

Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?

Have an open mind and be willing to try any business unit/area within the company.
Graduate, Melbourne
It is really important to set up your career goal and be clear on it (what you enjoy the most, what you are good at and what you would like to achieve or become in next 5 - 10 years).
Graduate, Melbourne
Focus on the aptitude and academics, project the best field of interest.
Graduate, Melbourne
Relax
Graduate, Sydney
Make sure that your abilities are clear, and that you show you are capable. This can be done through the interview and your cover letter. Make your interest evident.
Graduate, Melbourne
Just be themselves. If not the case, CSC wasn't for them.
Graduate, Melbourne
Be prepared and research the company - and during the interview be yourself :)
Graduate, Melbourne
Be yourself. think outside the box
Graduate, Melbourne
Be natural
Graduate, Melbourne
Do your research on the company, be confident and be yourself!
Graduate, Melbourne