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    One of my passions is sport and my career choice is finance, i didn't think it would be possible to merge the two but is there any jobs that heavily focus on the two? I've seen Deloitte's sports group and i haven't seen an apprenticeship/graduate application process so would i have to go through their normal process and move to their sports group if possible?

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    (Original post by TS21)
    One of my passions is sport and my career choice is finance, i didn't think it would be possible to merge the two but is there any jobs that heavily focus on the two? I've seen Deloitte's sports group and i haven't seen an apprenticeship/graduate application process so would i have to go through their normal process and move to their sports group if possible?

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    I know that the football clubs all sit within their private markets sector so apply to corporates audit and when group choice comes around you can choose
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    (Original post by TS21)
    One of my passions is sport and my career choice is finance, i didn't think it would be possible to merge the two but is there any jobs that heavily focus on the two? I've seen Deloitte's sports group and i haven't seen an apprenticeship/graduate application process so would i have to go through their normal process and move to their sports group if possible?

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    Very very very hard to get into, and most certainly not as a graduate. You'll have to spend 3 years at least in audit before you can have a sniff at it and even then it's a doubt. Not meaning to discourage you but I wouldn't hedge my bets on it.
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    Very very very hard to get into, and most certainly not as a graduate. You'll have to spend 3 years at least in audit before you can have a sniff at it and even then it's a doubt. Not meaning to discourage you but I wouldn't hedge my bets on it.
    Why is it so hard to get into?


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    Why is it so hard to get into?


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    Because the team is tiny, and loads of people want to do it.
 
 
 
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