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Ernst and Young AC (summer internship)

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    Hi guys,

    I recently passed my first round interview two days ago and am now waiting for grad recruitment to contact me regarding the next stage.

    Should I take the intiative and call them? Also, does anyone have advice on how to prepare for the AC? I have applied for a summer internship in Assurance and not sure how the AC setup differs from grad positions (which wikijob focuses on).

    Thanks
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    It's the same AC as grad jobs
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    It's only two days but E&Y does need pro-active chasing in my experience. Not so soon, however. Give them a week or so.
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    It does take a while to set up the assessment centres as they have to confirm partner/ manager availability. Give it 5 working days then give them a call

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