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    Hey, this is my first thread on the student room so go easy!

    About 3 weeks ago I applied for the EY school leaver programme and managed to to get through to the next stage, the four assessment tests.

    Having completed these I then got emailed that I was through to the next stage, which I thought was a telephone interview. However when contacting their recruitment coordinator, he said he can confirm that I had to attend a 'webinar' and should wait to hear for future dates.

    Has anyone else experienced a similar scenario? I'm not entirely sure what a webinar is, but from a little research it doesn't sound anything like a telephone interview - hence my confusion.

    To anyone who has done a telephone interview with EY, successful or not, could you give a some details as to what kind of questions they are asking?

    If anyone has any questions about the recruitment process I've experienced so far, please do ask away!

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    Have you found the answer to your problem? There should be a telephone interview on the next stage but I think the webinar means the process of how you go through each stage. I got put on an online website to see which stage I was at through the application
 
 
 
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