Get the inside buzz from interns at CGI

6.2 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 6 ratings in 2016)
"Incredibly valuable academically."
Culture
7.3 / 10
 
Hours
8.5 / 10
 
Training
6.8 / 10
 
Remuneration
6.8 / 10
 
Integration
7.8 / 10
 

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.

What insiders say about...

"Relate all the skills they ask for to an experience or previous role mentioned within..."

"Good sense of culture, regular activities to bond employees and create a friendly..."

"I work 37.5 hours per week. You must definitely work the core hours of 10:00am-4:00pm,..."

"We get free meals, a huge array of member discounts, online time sheet systems and..."

"In terms of the application process, I attended an informal-feeling assessment centre..."

"I was asked how I had achieved my goals, what problems I had faced and what my weakest..."

"I work on a test team and day-to-day mainly work on testing complicated software,..."

"It's great to have a placement year from a large international company on your C..."

"Things were a bit disorganised to start with."

"Challenging, insightful and interesting."

"They were advertising roles available for a technically minded student and offered..."

"Be happy to be ignorant at this point – it's the one year you can be. Ask the obvious..."

"Have a better structure for placement students to engage in roles that would give..."

"I feel the pay is a bit low, especially for areas like Reading, Leatherhead and Birmingham...."

"You feel like you are an employee yourself – the only exception being the work..."

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