Not all big accountancy firms are the same. At BDO we’re building a strikingly different business, focused on exceptional client service. We employ exceptional people — and help them get on with the job, without needless bureaucracy. Our systems work to support our people, not the other way around.
We’re looking for graduates who don’t fit the conventional accountancy mould. Talented people with the imagination and initiative to make a real difference — to be the difference that matters so much to our clients. We don’t want clones. Our people are as diverse as our clients. We want individuals who can think for themselves, appreciate and respect people whoever they are, build relationships and take personal responsibility.
Our training is as exceptional — and individual — as the people we recruit. Most study for the ACA, but we also offer routes to other professional qualifications. Training is tailored to their needs and centred on first-hand experience. That’s why they get such excellent results.
We offer opportunities in a range of exciting areas from tax to forensic services, with the chance to take real responsibility on projects alongside partners and colleagues. Refreshingly, our partners are known for their hands-on involvement, and mutual support is an essential part of our culture. You could also spend time abroad: we’re a global accountancy network with more than 1,000 offices in over 100 countries.
Graduate programme, school leaver programme, summer internship programme and insight days.
Read what it's like to join BDO as a graduate here.
- Recruitment Website:
- 0207 893 2064
- Private Sector
- Placements in:
- Accountancy and finance
- Location of Vacancies:
- Across 13 UK offices and one in Guernsey
- Starting Salary:
- Competitive salary plus benefits
- Minimum Educational Requirements:
- 2:1 degree in any discipline; 280 UCAS points, grade B or above in GCSE Maths and English
- Internships Offered:
Graduate Employer League Tables
- Overall Position: 53rd
Annual Survey Graduate-level Posts: 55
Survey methodology here