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6.2 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 6 ratings in 2016)
"A very good experience. You learn many valuable skills in a working environment."
Pros: 
  • There are a lot of training options on offer.
  • A wide range of sport and social activities are provided to help employees socialise.
  • Interns are given the same level of responsibility as other employees.
Cons: 
  • Remuneration on offer is reasonable but may not go very far in high-cost areas.
  • Interns do not have as much say in where they are assigned as they would like.
  • The company is so large that it can be difficult to see the impact your work will have.
Culture
7.3 / 10
 
Hours
8.5 / 10
 
Training
6.8 / 10
 
Remuneration
6.8 / 10
 
Integration
7.8 / 10
 

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