PwC launches Business Academy for graduates with guaranteed job interview

  • PwC has launched a new Assured Skills Academy, offering 20 training places focussing on Future Business Skills for graduates with a 2:2 degree or better in any discipline.

    Successful applicants will receive eight weeks of industry-relevant pre-employment training at Belfast Met and Ulster University and are guaranteed a job interview for a role at PwC in Belfast.

    They will also receive £155 per week training allowance and no prior experience is required. 

    Economy Minister Gordon Lyons said "this is an excellent opportunity for people with degrees seeking to start or change career in the professional services sector.”

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    Deborah Stevenson, Operate Director at PwC added: “As an employer, we have already benefited from the fantastic talent who participate in these Academies, which are an incredibly important part of PwC’s future growth.

    "We’re determined to support people developing world-class careers here in Northern Ireland, and the Assured Skills Academies are one of many options. Whether you’re starting your career, or interested in re-skilling, these Academies offer you an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills that will support careers in PwC and across the Northern Ireland economy.”

    The Future Business Skills Academy will focus on a range of areas including Financial Crime, Compliance Testing, Customer Management, PMO Services and Business Operations.

    Applications are open until noon on 1 August. Video interviews will be held 10-12 August and training will commence for successful applicants on 31 August.

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    More information and details on how to apply can be found at

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