There is then an optional, non-assessed briefing with current graduates and senior business leaders from the fields they wish to join.
The third part is an interactive simulation that the candidate carries out with two members of the team that he wishes to join. There is then a final interview for successful candidates with a senior executive from the team they wish to join.
The interview includes behavioral and problem-solving questions. A behavioral question asks a candidate how they have handled various situations in the past, to understand how they might deal with similar situations in the future.
This year’s graduates from the firm include newcomers from a variety of educational backgrounds.
- Alayna Wassylko22 years old, obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) at Monash University and will work in the company’s integrated infrastructure business
- Annalyse Palladini, 21, has completed the company’s higher learning programme, which she entered after obtaining her Victorian Certificate of Education. She has now completed a Certificate IV and Diploma in Information Technology by Chisholm Institute and is in digital technology services
- Megha Pathak27 years old, holds a Master’s degree in Applied Finance from University of Western Sydney and works in insurance
- Sonali DeSilva24 years old, holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Global Studies from Monash University and is part of the strategy&
- Saul Goldman22 years old, holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce (finance and economics) from the University of Melbourne and works in agreements
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