April Li our Associate at Deloitte in the Forensic Technology team shares her take on what working life is like at Deloitte. Check out her entry below and if you have any questions make sure to ask her below.

April said, "I joined the Forensic Technology graduate training scheme in 2014 after completing a Masters in Finance at Imperial College London."

"As an international employee, I am sponsored by Deloitte and have been given a lot of support for various challenges I have faced working in the UK, such as my visa application and mortgage application."

"The graduate training scheme in Forensic Technology comprises two 12 month placements in two core disciplines: Electronic Discovery and Forensic Analytics. My first placement was in Electronic Discovery where I worked on several different client facing projects. One of the projects I have been part of is an investigation into tax avoidance at an international company. I have also been part of a project investigating alleged bribery and corruption activities for a European client.   Currently I am in my second placement, in Forensic Analytics, working on a money laundering project for a financial institution."

"Our projects could be based anywhere in the world and there are many opportunities to work abroad on temporary assignments. This provides me with the opportunity to both work in, as well as explore, other cities and countries I may not have otherwise been able to visit."

Don't just take my word for it. Here is my favourite view on my walk towards the office from the train station everyday.

Ft_april

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