Business Students win DCU round of Deloitte Business Challenge
A group of students, Niall Behan (AF3), Louis Carroll (EPL3), Oisin Moule (EPL3), and Colm Carter (EPL3) won the DCU round of the recent Deloitte Business Challenge and scored the top prize of €1,200.
The Deloitte Difference University Challenge (DDUC) is a three stage, team based competition requiring teams to devise solutions to a number of challenges covering all aspects of Deloitte’s business, including quick fire rounds of tax, audit, corporate finance, analytics and consulting. Participants gain in a real insight into the diverse careers available; from Analytics to Forensics, Tax to Digital and more, in a uniquely fun and interactive way.
The winning group are now progressing to the national finals chase challenge at the end of November, which will be held in Deloitte’s world-class learning facility, the Deloitte Academy in Dublin.
The final winner will be chosen to represent Deloitte Ireland at the US challenge in Texas.
We wish the DCU team all the best as they progress to the national finals!
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