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For Fall 2020, in company-wide efforts to keep employees and candidates safe and healthy - no campus, in-person or in-office events will take place. All events will occur virtually.

Inquisitive minds. Future leaders. Detail-driven and energized individuals who are ready to make an impact. We’re always searching for top talent at universities across the globe. Choose your region below to learn more about connecting with us on campus. We’ll give you a clear picture of what to expect and how to make the most of each opportunity. You’ll also find valuable advice from both recruiters and recent campus hires.

Americas

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August

New positions are posted in August – on both your university’s job posting system, as well as here on our career site. First step? Search for the internship or full-time role that matches your passion and be sure to apply on both sites. You can also
sign up for job alerts and be the first to know when new opportunities become available.

September

Throughout the month, we host on-campus networking events and information sessions, and attend university career fairs. Check out our event calendar to see if we’ll be visiting your school. This is a great opportunity to chat with recruiters and client service professionals from a broad range of service lines. Like what you hear? Then search for a position and apply online.

During September, we’re also busy reviewing resumes. If we think there’s a match, we’ll reach out to schedule a first-round interview. These interviews begin in early October and might be via phone, video or in person on campus. These are typically conducted by a Senior Associate, Vice President, Director or Managing Director, and may include both technical and behavioral questions.

Mid to Late October

Second-round interviews usually occur 2–4 weeks after the first interview. If selected for a second-round interview, you’ll be invited to one of our offices — along with other promising talent – for what we call Super Day. It typically starts with a social event the night before, giving you the chance to talk with current employees in a relaxed setting. But the next day, we get down to business. You’ll meet with our management group and staff, spend time with analysts to get a feel for the work, and potentially work on a group case project. Not all groups include a case — be sure to ask your recruiter so you are prepared.

Offer letters are typically sent 2–3 weeks after the Super Day. Our salaries are very competitive, but please be aware they are predetermined and nonnegotiable. We also cover relocation costs for qualifying moves. You’ll have 2 weeks to accept the offer, and we hope you do!

Depending on the teams’ needs, we may have additional entry-level opportunities throughout the year, and their recruiting activities may not follow this exact process. We recommend signing up for job alerts so you’re always informed.

Patrick Rourke
My favorite part of my first year at Duff & Phelps is the vast array of projects, clients and service lines that I’ve been exposed to. We can hit the ground running from Day 1, immediately putting principles and practices learned in college into use.
Patrick Rourke
Analyst, Real Estate Advisory Group,
Philadelphia
Juliana Albano
One of the best things here is the open environment of the offices, which allows you to ask questions and collaborate with coworkers. I've also had opportunities to travel to different offices, which expanded my network and allowed me to continue to learn new skills.
Juliana Albano
Analyst, Disputes Consulting,
Morristown

Latin
America

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Year-round

New positions are posted year-round on our career site. First step? Search for the internship, placement opportunity or full-time role that matches your passion and be sure to apply. If you’re selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a member of the recruiting team for an interview

Fall and Spring

We attend university career fairs throughout the fall and spring, so please check out our event calendar for ways you can meet our team!

Second-Round Interviews

If selected for a second-round interview, you’ll be invited into the Duff & Phelps local office to meet with the full team. Decisions on offers are generally made within 2 weeks after the final round of interviews.

Europe /
Middle East /
Africa

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August

New positions are posted in August here on our career site. First step? Search for the internship, placement opportunity or full-time role that matches your passion and be sure to apply. If we think there’s a match, we’ll reach out to invite you to attend an Assessment Centre. You can also sign up for job alerts and be the first to know when new opportunities become available.

September and October

Throughout these months, we host on-campus information presentations and attend university career fairs. In some of our European offices, these are held throughout the year. Check out our event calendar to see if we’ll be visiting your university. This is a great opportunity to chat with recruiters and employees from a broad range of service lines. Then you can search for a position and apply online.

November through January

Once you have applied, there may be some pre-employment testing, which measures your math and logic skills. The next stage would be an Assessment Centre, where you’ll join other promising talent in a visit to one of our offices. We’ll start with some introductory presentations, giving you the chance to get comfortable with your fellow students and talk to current employees. We’ll ask some behavioural questions and test your quantitative skills and your ability to solve financial problems in teams, as you work on a group case project. You’ll also spend time with analysts to get a feel for the work and meet with our management group and staff.

We will usually make a decision a few weeks after the Assessment Centre. Some teams do hold an additional final round interview, and employment contracts are sent out shortly after. Our salaries are very competitive, but please be aware they are predetermined and nonnegotiable. You’ll have 2 weeks to accept the offer, and we hope you do!

Depending on the teams’ needs, we do have entry-level opportunities throughout the year, and the timing of our Assessment Centre may vary depending on location.

D&P offers a range of service lines within the advisory market, and there are always plenty of opportunities to move across service lines to gain more experience in a different field.
Edward Stout
Corporate Restructuring Analyst, Global Restructuring Advisory,
London
During my first year, I have really enjoyed the dynamic and international environment. I had the chance to meet people from all offices at DPU, to work for two months in a different office in another country and to build a network.
Valeria Godi
Analyst, Valuation Services,
Frankfurt

Asia
Pacific

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August

New positions are posted in August or throughout the year – on both your university’s job posting system, as well as here on our career site. First step? Search for the internship or full-time role that matches your passion and be sure to apply. You can also sign up for job alerts and be the first to know when new opportunities become available.

September and October

Throughout these months, we host on-campus information presentations and attend university career fairs. In some of our Asia offices, these are held throughout the year. Check out our event calendar to see if we’ll be visiting your school. This is a great opportunity to chat with recruiters and employees from a broad range of service lines. Then you can search for a position and apply online.

November and December

After you’ve applied and if we think there’s a match, we’ll reach out to invite you to attend an interview. These interviews might be via phone, video conference or in person. These are typically conducted by a Senior Associate, Vice President, Director or Managing Director, and may include both technical and behavioral questions.

We’ll usually make a decision a few weeks after the interviews, and employment contracts are sent out shortly after. Our salaries are very competitive, but please be aware they are predetermined and nonnegotiable. You’ll have 2 weeks to accept the offer, and we hope you do!

Most projects require you to work by yourself with great responsibility, so learning to be efficient and detailed when working independently and effectively communicate with senior reviewers is important. Since the working periods of various projects usually overlap, multi-tasking and time management are crucial.
Penny Pan
Analyst, Valuation Services,
Hong Kong
My favorite part about my first year is the client exposure and industrial knowledge that I have obtained. It brought what I had learned at university to life and gave me a clear view to what I am aiming toward for my career goals.
Linh Dang
Analyst, Transfer Pricing,
Hanoi

India

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Late July and Early August

New full-time positions are posted in late July or early August here on our career site. First step? Search for the internship or full-time role that matches your passions and be sure to apply. If we think there’s a match, we’ll reach out with next steps. You can also sign up for job alerts and be the first to know when new opportunities become available.

September and October

During the fall, we participate in pre-campus hiring visits and university events, as well as guest lecture in select classes. This is a great opportunity to chat with us and learn more about all of the opportunities at Duff & Phelps. Check out our event calendar to see if we’ll be visiting your school.

While we’re on campus – whether it’s Day 0 or throughout the recruiting season – candidates who have already applied for a position and have been preselected will go through additional screenings, interviews and group discussions. Selected candidates will receive a verbal offer on the spot after the interview process and need to provide us with their acceptance. Our salaries are very competitive, but please be aware they are predetermined and nonnegotiable. You’ll have until the end of the following day to accept the offer, and we hope you do!

Patrick Rourke
I love the informal culture that is practiced here. I interact with top management, broadening my perspective. I have freedom of expression and freedom to share my ideas. I also had an opportunity to work on live cases, helping me understand practical aspects of valuation.
Omkar Yadwadkar
Intern, Valuation Services,
Mumbai
Juliana Albano
A candidate should have awareness of the expected deliverables during the engagement, logic-driven knowledge of various valuation concepts, good awareness of the ongoing economic updates – especially in the valuation segment – and experience at reading financial statements.
Ajay Agarwal
Intern, Valuation Services,
New Delhi

Interview
Tips and
Recruiter
Highlights

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Interview Tips

  • Be sure to come to your interview with a solid understanding of our organization and any questions you might have. Research our corporate site, our career site and recent articles.
  • We’ll be assessing your technical proficiency, so brush up on your advanced finance terms and accounting practices, as well as your quantitative capabilities. When you apply, read the screening questions very carefully – answering one incorrectly could disqualify you. Professional attire is always required – both for video conferences and, of course, for in-person interviews. Think about your fit. It’s not just a question of whether you’re right for us – you need to decide if Duff & Phelps is right for you. So, talk to as many people as you can at our events or during your interviews, ask questions and imagine your future here.

Recruiter Insights

Our recruiters are in your corner and want you to do your best. Here are a few pieces of advice to help you shine.

“Be diligent, study the company and who you are interviewing with, read the trends in the local paper, do not bring up politics, and understand what’s on your resume.”

Keith Cressy Specialist, Talent Acquisition
United States

“Research your role. You don’t need to know everything, but it’s important to be able to answer questions intelligently. It’s also vital to know your CV or resume inside out and have given consideration as to why you want the job.”

Luke Meadows Vice President, Talent Acquisition
Europe

“Take time to read the job descriptions and focus on the jobs you're qualified for. If you see a posting and you don't meet a requirement – such as your GPA – recruiters probably cannot consider you for compliance reasons.”

Lara Weitsen Benedetto Manager, Talent Acquisition
United States

“Be calm and confident. Review what you have studied in your curriculum. And have the zeal to learn and grow.”

Sharlotte Carvalho Senior Specialist Talent Acquisition
India

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