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Opportunities are at the heart of a career with PwC. Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems for our clients, helping them tackle business challenges and improving how they work. We have school and college leaver opportunities in Assurance, Consulting, Deals, Tax or Technology.

Our aim is to be ‘the leading professional services firm’, and to achieve this we must be innovative, responsible and attract outstanding people. With almost 18,000 employees at offices UK-wide, attracting the right talent continues to be paramount and, as a progressive employer, we continue to develop a diverse and agile workforce who feel empowered to be the best they can be. This includes supporting different ways of working, with ‘Everyday Flexibility’ allowing our people to better balance work and life, and ‘dress for your day’, where employees decide what’s appropriate to wear given their daily responsibilities.

At PwC, you can expect to be part of a stimulating environment working on challenging projects where you’ll have access to a world of opportunity and experiences, in a culture that embraces difference. No matter what your background, PwC have a range of roles to suit everyone. Here at PwC, we look for talented people eager to learn, with business awareness, intellectual and cultural curiosity, and the ability to build strong relationships. Trainees can develop and grow within a supportive and nurturing learning environment - in some business areas, this could mean working towards a degree or professional qualification.

Whatever the route, we are focused on our people achieving their full potential, where hard work and accomplishments are recognised and rewarded with a competitive salary and a tailored, flexible benefits scheme.

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PwC Belfast, UK
25 Feb, 2020
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. My Financepartner My Financepartner (MFp) is PwC’s tailored accounting service for ambitious start-ups and fast growing businesses that demand more. Unlike most accountants, our service is designed to work as an extension to a company’s existing finance team or could even be an alternative to them hiring one at all. And it’s not just all over the phone work either. We spend time in our client’s offices getting to know their business, what’s important to them, before working alongside their team to help them understand and manage the financial performance of their business. My Financepartner brings together specialist bookkeepers, payroll professionals, tax advisors and leading cloud technology to meet even the most demanding business needs. What you'll do You will play a key role in supporting the team with delivery of monthly MFp services to our clients. You will get experience across all aspects of producing monthly management accounts and information, including transactional posting, bank reconciliations, VAT, PAYE, month end accounting and regularly liaising with your clients. We will provide professional development and on the job training which will compliment your studies towards your accounting qualification. You will work on a range of SME and innovative start up companies operating across various different industries, such as hospitality, IT, financial services and retail. You will get the opportunity to develop your digital capabilities, using technology where possible to make processes more efficient and connecting with your clients using digital platforms. You will get exposure to emerging digital technology, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and management reporting tools to create visual management information packs. What you'll gain You'll study with Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) from Sep 2020 to become a qualified Accounting Technician. On satisfactory completion of all examinations, you may then have the opportunity to continue onto ACA examinations. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent), and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language  and  Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.
PwC Belfast, UK
25 Feb, 2020
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Operate Operate is PwC’s operational delivery business. We help some of the world’s biggest brands when they need more than just advice. We deliver large scale, challenging projects for our clients, combining operational disciplines, technology, subject matter expertise and top talent to help them deal with a range of issues. The majority of our work is delivered from our purpose built delivery centre in Belfast although we also deliver client work from their premises. Operate’s teams are currently: -  Helping compensate customers affected by mortgage miscalculations and other financial product mis-selling -  Helping banks fight financial crime -  Supporting large change and transformation programmes -  Ensuring regulated businesses protect customer data -  Getting businesses through Brexit by helping their employees obtain permanent residency. As a growing part of PwC we need to further strengthen our team by recruiting people with a diverse range of skills and experiences. We offer a defined career path, a supportive working environment and access to our unique skills academy so you can keep learning while working. Whatever your background, whether you’re at school or college, have recently graduated or you’re looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you. What you'll gain We’ll support you as you study for a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB). This is a nationally recognised professional qualification with Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Or study towards your Accounting Technician qualification from Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) which is a nationally recognised qualification with Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI). What you’ll need ● Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS plus a grade C or 4 or above in GCSE English Language  and  Mathematics (or equivalent). Please check the job description for specific requirements when applying. ● Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.
PwC Reading, UK
25 Feb, 2020
Higher Apprenticeship
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships and programmes are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Tax Every time you buy a packet of crisps, go to the cinema, download an app or get paid for your part-time job, some of your money gets paid to the Government in tax. And it gets spent on schools, the NHS and a host of other public services. But it’s not straightforward. As individuals, we pay different rates of tax. So imagine how tricky it is as a business when you’re employing staff, making millions of pounds in profits or relocating to another country. And if you don’t get it right, there are penalties. That’s why it’s essential our clients understand their tax obligations and how to manage them effectively, ethically and within legislation. From day one you'll start to build a promising career, specialising in the ever-changing field of tax. Your responsibilities will include a range of tasks which will vary depending upon the area of Tax you join. However, generally this will involve: technical research attending meetings with senior staff establishing and developing third party relationships such as with the Inland Revenue drafting client correspondence general office duties. What you’ll gain You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to secure a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) as a core part of your apprenticeship. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 96 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent),  and  a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language and Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application. Take the opportunity of a lifetime.
PwC Belfast, UK
19 Dec, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Operate Operate is PwC’s operational delivery business. We help some of the world’s biggest brands when they need more than just advice. We deliver large scale, challenging projects for our clients, combining operational disciplines, technology, subject matter expertise and top talent to help them deal with a range of issues. The majority of our work is delivered from our purpose built delivery centre in Belfast although we also deliver client work from their premises. Operate’s teams are currently: helping compensate customers affected by mortgage miscalculations and other financial product mis-selling helping banks fight financial crime supporting large change and transformation programmes ensuring regulated businesses protect customer data getting businesses through Brexit by helping their employees obtain permanent residency. As a growing part of PwC we need to further strengthen our team by recruiting people with a diverse range of skills and experiences. We offer a defined career path, a supportive working environment and access to our unique skills academy so you can keep learning while working. Whatever your background, whether you’re at school or college, have recently graduated or you’re looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you. What you'll gain We’ll support you as you study for a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB). This is a nationally recognised professional qualification with Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Or study towards your Accounting Technician qualification from Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) which is a nationally recognised qualification with Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI). What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS plus a grade C or 4 or above in GCSE English Language  and  Mathematics (or equivalent). Please check the job description for specific requirements when applying. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.
PwC Nationwide
19 Dec, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships and programmes are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Tax Every time you buy a packet of crisps, go to the cinema, download an app or get paid for your part-time job, some of your money gets paid to the Government in tax. And it gets spent on schools, the NHS and a host of other public services. But it’s not straightforward. As individuals, we pay different rates of tax. So imagine how tricky it is as a business when you’re employing staff, making millions of pounds in profits or relocating to another country. And if you don’t get it right, there are penalties. That’s why it’s essential our clients understand their tax obligations and how to manage them effectively, ethically and within legislation. We have School and College Leaver Tax opportunities in: Corporate Tax Corporate and Indirect Tax Global Mobility People and Organisation Private Client What you’ll gain You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to secure a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) as a core part of your apprenticeship. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 96 or 112 UCAS tariff* from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent) and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language  and  Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application. *The UCAS tariff varies depending on the team and the professional qualification.
PwC Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds, Milton Keynes and Newcastle
19 Dec, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Tax Every time you buy a packet of crisps, go to the cinema, download an app or get paid for your part-time job, some of your money gets paid to the Government in tax. And it gets spent on schools, the NHS and a host of other public services. But it’s not straightforward. As individuals, we pay different rates of tax. So imagine how tricky it is as a business when you’re employing staff, making millions of  School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships and programmes are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks pounds in profits or relocating to another country. And if you don’t get it right, there are penalties. That’s why it’s essential our clients understand their tax obligations and how to manage them effectively, ethically and within legislation. You could work in the following teams: Corporate Tax Indirect Tax People and Organisation From day one you'll start to build a promising career, specialising in the ever-changing field of tax.  Your responsibilities will include a range of tasks which will vary depending upon the area of Tax you join. However generally this will involve: technical research attending meetings with senior staff establishing and developing third party relationships such as with the Inland Revenue drafting client correspondence general office duties. What you’ll gain You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with the ATT (Association of Tax Technicians) as a core part of your apprenticeship. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 96 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent), and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language  and  Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.
PwC Reading, UK
19 Dec, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Tax Every time you buy a packet of crisps, go to the cinema, download an app or get paid for your part-time job, some of your money gets paid to the Government in tax. And it gets spent on schools, the NHS and a host of other public services. But it’s not straightforward. As individuals, we pay different rates of tax. So imagine how tricky it is as a business when you’re employing staff, making millions of pounds in profits or relocating to another country. And if you don’t get it right, there are penalties. That’s why it’s essential our clients understand their tax obligations and how to manage them effectively, ethically and within legislation. You could work in the following teams: Corporate Tax Indirect Tax People and Organisation From day one you'll start to build a promising career, specialising in the ever-changing field of tax. Your responsibilities will include a range of tasks which will vary depending upon the area of Tax you join. However generally this will involve: technical research attending meetings with senior staff establishing and developing third party relationships such as with the Inland Revenue drafting client correspondence general office duties. What you’ll gain You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with the ATT (Association of Tax Technicians) as a core part of your apprenticeship. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 96 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent),  and  a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language and Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application. The PwC Deal We want people to build exceptional careers during their time at PwC. When you feel motivated and energised by your work, you're more able to contribute to the organisation, as well as achieve your aspirations. No matter which area of the business you choose to join, all routes offer the same deal. The opportunity to grow as an individual, to meet new people, and build lasting relationships that will stay with you for life. We empower people to be the very best they can be and to reach their full potential. In return, your hard work will be rewarded with a competitive salary and a personally tailored benefits package.​ Diversity and inclusion We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. It’s critical we have diverse talent, views and thinking if we are to deliver exceptional client value and solve the world’s important problems. We seek to attract and recruit people from the widest talent pool, who reflect the society in which we work. And we aim to encourage an inclusive culture where people can feel empowered to be the very best they can be and to reach their full potential creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. So join PwC. We'll help you reach your full potential.  Learn more here. About PwC We’re one of the world’s leading professional services organisations. From 158 countries, we help our clients, some of the most successful organisations on the globe, as well as its most dynamic entrepreneurs and thriving private businesses, to create the value they want. We help to measure, protect and enhance the things that matter most to them.
PwC London, UK
19 Dec, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
A career within Tax Technology services, will provide you with the opportunity to work directly with senior Information Technology professionals within PwC, as well as with our clients, in order to provide specialised assistance to troubleshoot and resolve issues surrounding the technical application aspects of our tax technology solutions. School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Tax Every time you buy a packet of crisps, go to the cinema, download an app or get paid for your part-time job, some of your money gets paid to the Government in tax. And it gets spent on schools, the NHS and a host of other public services. But it’s not straightforward. As individuals, we pay different rates of tax. So imagine how tricky it is as a business when you’re employing staff, making millions of pounds in profits or relocating to another country. And if you don’t get it right, there are penalties. That’s why it’s essential our clients understand their tax obligations and how to manage them effectively, ethically and within legislation. Technology and Innovation The Technology and Innovation team is varied and an exciting place to be. You’ll support colleagues and clients to come up with new and innovative ways of working, develop new digital products leveraging state of the art techniques such as machine learning and robotics, and work with leading data analytics and business information visualisation tools to manipulate, critically analyse and graphically present data to clients. Your knowledge and contribution will be help high-profile businesses, entrepreneurs and family business leverage technology to engage with PwC and understand complex rules, make informed decisions with significant impact and fulfill their tax obligations. You'll be part of a business that's committed to proactively engaging with the tax policy debate, focused on leading views and new ideas, and solving important problems. What you’ll gain You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to secure a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) as a core part of your apprenticeship. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are112 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent) and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language andMathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application. The PwC Deal We want people to build exceptional careers during their time at PwC. When you feel motivated and energised by your work, you're more able to contribute to the organisation, as well as achieve your aspirations. No matter which area of the business you choose to join, all routes offer the same deal. The opportunity to grow as an individual, to meet new people, and build lasting relationships that will stay with you for life. We empower people to be the very best they can be and to reach their full potential. In return, your hard work will be rewarded with a competitive salary and a personally tailored benefits package.​ Diversity and inclusion We work in a changing world which offers great opportunities for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. It’s critical we have diverse talent, views and thinking if we are to deliver exceptional client value and solve the world’s important problems. We seek to attract and recruit people from the widest talent pool, who reflect the society in which we work. And we aim to encourage an inclusive culture where people can feel empowered to be the very best they can be and to reach their full potential creating value through diversity is what makes us strong as a business and as an organisation with an increasingly agile workforce, we're open to flexible working arrangements where appropriate. So join PwC. We'll help you reach your full potential.  Learn more here . About PwC We’re one of the world’s leading professional services organisations. From 158 countries, we help our clients, some of the most successful organisations on the globe, as well as its most dynamic entrepreneurs and thriving private businesses, to create the value they want. We help to measure, protect and enhance the things that matter most to them.
PwC Birmingham, Bristol, East Edinburgh, Gatwick Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Midlands, Newcastle, Reading, Southampton, Uxbridge, Watford
19 Dec, 2019
Work Experience Schemes
Spend an action-packed, paid week in one of our offices during your summer holiday, and find out what it’s like to work at PwC and which skills you’ll need for a successful career as a Chartered Accountant. The Accounting Insight Week will give you an insight into our Audit business, and the experiences that you gain should help you understand what we do at PwC, why we do it, and where you might fit. You’ll see how our accountants support household brands, governments, charities and global companies with everything from planning for the future, to how they can make the most of their technology and meet the challenges of the changing world of business. During your Accounting Insight Week, we’ll welcome you with a day’s training so you can meet other students on the programme and staff at PwC. You’ll set up your PwC laptop and find out more about what we do, and we’ll help you prepare for the rest of your week before you get started with shadowing and workshops from your second day. You’ll have the opportunity to gain lots of valuable skills, build your network and learn more about our  Flying Start Degree  programmes in Accounting, which are available at the University of Reading, University of Nottingham, University of Manchester and Newcastle University. You’ll spend time with students who’ve completed the programme, experiencing the kind of work you’ll really do, learn more about the Chartered Accountancy qualification, as well as exploring what life could be like at uni on the Flying Start Degree. Make the most of your summer and take the opportunity to develop new skills, meet new people, and pave the way for a future career in professional services. You will also have the opportunity to fast-track your Flying Start application following your week with us. What you’ll need You’ll need to be on track for at least 136 UCAS points from your BTEC, top three A-levels or equivalent qualifications. (Excluded subjects are General Studies and Critical Thinking) You’ll need to have obtained a Grade 6 in GCSE Maths and GCSE English. When to apply The deadline for applications is 14th February 2020 Apply here!
PwC Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, East Edinburgh, Gatwick, Glasgow, Keynes, Leeds, London, Manchester, Midlands, Milton Newcastle, Reading, Southampton, Uxbridge and Watford
19 Dec, 2019
Work Experience Schemes
Spend an action-packed, paid week in one of our offices during your summer holiday, and find out what it’s like to work at PwC and which skills you’ll need for a successful career in one of our teams. If you currently attend a state school and meet our widening participation or social mobility criteria (see details below) then you may be eligible to apply for our Business Insight Week programme. If you don’t meet these criteria, then please have a look at our Accounting or Digital Insight Week programmes. During your Business Insight Week, we’ll welcome you with a day’s training so you can meet other students on the programme and staff at PwC. You’ll set up your PwC laptop and find out more about what we do and we’ll help you prepare for the rest of your week before you get started with shadowing and workshops from your second day. Throughout the week, you’ll have the opportunity to gain lots of valuable skills, build your network of professionals and explore your career options with PwC. Maybe you’re interested in doing an apprenticeship, you’re considering going to university, or you’re still not sure, and you simply want to find out more about PwC and which areas of business or technology interest you most. The Business Insight Week will help you to answer these questions by giving you an insight into our business areas, and you’ll hear from staff who have joined PwC through a range of pathways and programmes. The experiences that you gain should help you understand what we do at PwC, why we do it, and what area of the business will suit you best. You’ll see how we support household brands, governments, charities and global companies with everything from planning for the future, to how they can make the most of their technology and meet the challenges of the changing world of business. Make the most of your summer, and take the opportunity to develop new skills, meet new people, and pave the way for a future career in professional services. What you’ll need Currently in Year 12 in England and Wales, Year 13 in Northern Ireland, or S5 in Scotland, who will be finishing school or college in 2021 This programme is only open to students who fulfil our social mobility criteria. You must attend a state school AND meet one or more of the following criteria: would be of the first generation in their immediate family to attend university; or are or have been eligible for free school meals in the last six years; or attend a school that is above the regional average in terms of number of students eligible for free school meals (this will be determined based on the school postcode you provide). You'll need to be on course for a 96 UCAS tariff from your BTEC, or across your top 3 A-Levels or equivalent qualification (excluding general studies and the EPQ) You’ll need to have achieved a GCSE (or equivalent) grade 4 in Maths and English You’ll need to be eligible to work in the UK without company sponsorship Who are we looking for? Students who are keen to pursue a career in Business, Accounting or Technology Students who are committed to learning and developing new skills Students who want to grow their professional network and meet new people Students who are motivated, engaged and keen to learn Students who fulfil our Socio-economic background and academic criteria When to apply The deadline for applications is the 14 February 2020 Apply now!
PwC Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh Leeds, London and Manchester
19 Dec, 2019
Work Experience Schemes
Spend an action-packed, paid week in one of our offices during your summer holiday – meeting our people, experiencing the work we do and making new friends. Technology is changing the way we work, and we’re at the forefront – exploring new technologies and trends as they emerge. From Artificial Intelligence to Augmented Reality and 3D Printing to Drones, we’re using technology to help our clients work better and prepare for the future. On this programme, you’ll take part in interactive and engaging workshops, led by our Technology experts to explore what Digital means to us. During the Digital Insight Week we’ll welcome you with a day’s training so you can meet and collaborate with other students on the programme, and staff at PwC. You’ll participate in a range of interactive workshops delivered by our tech teams, to help you gain a good understanding of how we’re embracing the digital transformation and what area of technology interests you most. You’ll have the opportunity to gain lots of valuable skills, build your network and learn more about our fully funded Flying Start Technology Degree Apprenticeship programmes, which are available at the University of Birmingham, Queen's University Belfast, University of Edinburgh and University of Leeds. Our recruitment team and technology professionals will also help you to get several steps ahead with your preparation for an application to one of our Flying Start Technology Degree Apprenticeships. Apply now to secure your place on the PwC Digital Insight Week in one of our offices: Birmingham, Leeds, London, Manchester, Belfast or Edinburgh What you’ll gain You’ll spend timing getting excellent tuition from a range of business areas across PwC, as well as gaining key employability and professional skills for your career going forwards. This action-packed week is a great way to network, learn and kickstart your career in technology and beyond. What you’ll need In order to apply for the Digital Insight Week, you will need to meet the following criteria: In England, Wales and Scotland: Currently in Year 12 or S5 You’ll need to be on track for at least AAA from your top 3 A-Levels (excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking), D*D*D from your BTEC or the equivalent grades for an alternative qualification. On track for an A or equivalent in Maths or Computer Science/Computing qualification such as an A-Level, BTEC or Cambridge Technical Obtained a Grade 4 or above in GCSE English or equivalent and a Grade 5 or above in GCSE Maths or equivalent In Northern Ireland: Currently in Year 13 On track for at least BBB including Computing, Mathematics or Software Systems Development A-Level or on track for BTEC National Extended Diploma (180 Credits at Level 3) with 100 credits at Distinction and 80 credits at Merit. This must be a relevant National Extended Diploma – normally Computing, IT Practitioners. Obtained a Grade C or above in GCSE Maths or equivalent. You’ll need to be eligible to work in the UK without company sponsorship Who are we looking for? Students who are keen to pursue a career in  technology Students who are committed to learning and developing new skills Students who want to grow their professional network and meet new people Students who are motivated, engaged and have a thirst for knowledge! When to apply The deadline for submitting your application form is 14th February 2020 Apply here!
PwC Cambridge, Gatwick, Watford
19 Dec, 2019
Advanced Apprenticeship
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Audit Audit is about so much more than number crunching. You’ll get the opportunity to work with clients in a range of different industries; projects can range from calculating the value of a football player through to checking how much stock a fashion company has in their warehouse. We help clients make sure they’re sustainable and environmentally friendly, provide business advice to help them achieve their goals, and focus on the total contribution of organisations to their customers, people, suppliers, community and the wider economy. There’s never been a more exciting time to join the profession. You’ll be hands-on straight away, working at client sites or virtually from one of our PwC offices. You’ll interview key contacts such as financial controllers or finance directors, check that data is accurate and highlight and question any differences. It’s investigative work where you’ll regularly speak with clients, using in-person meetings or cutting-edge collaborative technology. What you’ll gain You’ll start your journey towards gaining a nationally recognised professional qualification, the ACA, with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). You’ll also gain a Level 7 Apprenticeship across the four year School and College Leaver Programme. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels, and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language  and  Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.
PwC Birmingham, UK
07 Oct, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
School and College Leaver programme A position on our School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All of our apprenticeships are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like our graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by our people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to our study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials. Deals In Deals we manage a wide range of challenges and opportunities. We guide public and private sector clients through major deals, changes and decisions. We help different organisations tackle business problems, increase value and reduce risk. You could help our clients handle any financial situation. You could work on anything from major mergers or international takeover bids, to economic crime investigations, or business crises and cases of insolvency. In Transaction Services you will support private equity firms, investment funds and corporate clients through mergers, acquisitions and disposals. What you’ll gain You’ll gain a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB). It’s the first stage of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Chartered Accountancy qualification and it’s nationally recognised. What you’ll need Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels (or equivalent) and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language  and  Mathematics. Please check our website for specific requirements. Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as we review your application.