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London Graduate

The Graduate Scheme lasts for three years during which you will work in an exciting, challenging and constantly changing environment. You will learn forensic and investigative accounting skills and experience the diverse nature of our work.

You will study for the ACA qualification for membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Your ICAEW training is supported by ongoing mentoring and on the job coaching, as well as global training delivered through a number of platforms by RGL’s expert professionals.

Upon completion of your ACA qualification, RGL offers continuing education and an environment in which to grow and develop professionally, including excellent opportunities for career progression. You will be based in London but RGL is an international organisation so there are likely to be opportunities to travel. RGL also offer a very competitive remuneration and benefits package.

We ask for all applicants to have a minimum of 320 UCAS points and a 2.1 (in any University degree). However, an interest in forensic accountancy and proven team-working, communication and analytical skills are all essential.

Applications for RGL’s 2017 Graduate Scheme are now closed. To express an interest in future RGL Graduate positions please express your interest below and communication will be sent to you in due course.

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Pre-screening Questions

What class of degree do you have/are you expecting?
How many UCAS points do you have?
Are you eligible to work permanently in the UK

Competency Questions

Language Ability

Fluency (read/write)
Fluency (Verbal)
Fluency (read/write)
Fluency (Verbal)
Fluency (read/write)
Fluency (verbal)

Additional Information

1. Are you subject to any undertakings which may restrict you whilst working with RGL?
2. Are you or have you ever been declared bankrupt or been disqualified from being a director?
3. Have you any unspent criminal convictions or cautions or are any proceedings against you contemplated or in progress?
4. Has any civil court order ever been made against you?

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

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