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Does anyone know what are the audit graduate salaries of Deloitte in UK cities (e.g. Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle etc). I am an international student hence I need to know if it meets the £20,800 salary requirement for visa otherwise my application would be useless at the end of the day.

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Does anyone know what are the audit graduate salaries of Deloitte in UK cities (e.g. Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle etc). I am an international student hence I need to know if it meets the £20,800 salary requirement for visa otherwise my application would be useless at the end of the day.

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£20,800 is not that good for a graduate salary. Deloitte will definitely pay more that. You can find Deloitte salaries on this site:
http://www.thejobcrowd.com/employer/deloitte/salary)

Be sure to check out glassdoor.co.uk for more salary information.
(https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Salary/D...leFTS=graduate)

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Does anyone know what are the audit graduate salaries of Deloitte in UK cities (e.g. Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle etc). I am an international student hence I need to know if it meets the £20,800 salary requirement for visa otherwise my application would be useless at the end of the day.

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London ~£29-30k
Regions ~£22-24k

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London ~£29-30k
Regions ~£22-24k

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London base starting salary is quite a bit less. Not sure about regionals tho.
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London base starting salary is quite a bit less. Not sure about regionals tho.
Incorrect. For audit (which I believe is the lowest paid service line), its about high 28's in London.

Its ok, but in terms of disposable income at the end of your fixed costs (rent , drinks , meals out etc), the regions are better and you will most likely drive to clients which would get you some extra petrol mileage monies. But with London, you will have the better 'blue-chip' clients and the London lifestyle. Its a trade off at the end of the day, and it depends if you are a big city-international city inclined type of person.

But I would say, if u need to meet the 20.8k threshold, then regions I am sure will offer that much
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Incorrect. For audit (which I believe is the lowest paid service line), its about high 28's in London.

Its ok, but in terms of disposable income at the end of your fixed costs (rent , drinks , meals out etc), the regions are better and you will most likely drive to clients which would get you some extra petrol mileage monies. But with London, you will have the better 'blue-chip' clients and the London lifestyle. Its a trade off at the end of the day, and it depends if you are a big city-international city inclined type of person.

But I would say, if u need to meet the 20.8k threshold, then regions I am sure will offer that much
I think I know how much I'm getting paid in audit better than you do to be honest and it's below 28k pa.
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I think I know how much I'm getting paid in audit better than you do to be honest and it's below 28k pa.
Its below 28k by a maximum of 250 pounds buddy. You're posting as if you receive thousands less than the approximate figure of 29k the previous poster stated. All in all, the diff in terms of monthly take-home is not that great
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Thanks everyone for your input, really appreciate it. It is the starting salary that I'm worried about as it determines if I am qualified to acquire Tier 2 visa.
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I think I know how much I'm getting paid in audit better than you do to be honest and it's below 28k pa.
What team are you in? I'm also in London audit
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London ~£29-30k
Regions ~£22-24k

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(Original post by ohdrama)
London base starting salary is quite a bit less. Not sure about regionals tho.
Guys do any of you know whether this is the same for actuarial at Deloitte?
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Guys do any of you know whether this is the same for actuarial at Deloitte?
Actuarial is higher, and the bumps after passing exams are higher.

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Actuarial is higher, and the bumps after passing exams are higher.

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Cool thanks man, you've answered all the questions I've asked on this website
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