Applications for Women in Business programme with PwC now open

  • PwC are now taking applications for their Women in Business programme which will take place in Summer 2022.

    The placement aims to help applicants find out what it takes to make it to the very top of PwC from the perspective of one of their female leaders. 

    The course will also help applicants gain insight into what PwC team members do day‑to‑day, by partnering with an associate who’s on a current training scheme and experiencing working life within the company. 

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    The placement aims to help students seeking an experience in professional services and is part of PwC’s continued commitment to improve their female representation by showcasing some of their inspiring female leaders. 

    The programme focuses on supporting students through the application process, developing skills and provides an insight into the opportunities available at PwC.

    During this three-day paid placement, applicants will work closely with a variety of people at all grades to learn what it's like to work at PwC, experiencing first-hand the nature of the work that the company does. 

    Applicants will be able to choose which office they’d like to come to and which area of the business they’re interested in. They will also spend time with lots of different people, from graduates to senior leaders, attending meetings and working with PwC clients and teams to get real exposure to the business.

    The Women in Business programme is available nationally and the opportunities will be running over summer holidays.

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    Applicants will need to already have or be on course for a 2.1 degree or above in any subject. PwC will determine whether applicants are on course for a 2.1 based on the grades they have achieved in the last completed year of academic study.

    The deadline for applications is 19 March 2022.

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