The decisions you make about your career are some of the toughest. Base them on knowledge, not just instinct, by getting first-hand experience of our business on one of our work experience programmes. As well as soaking up complex business information, you’ll boost your commercial awareness, interpersonal skills and self-confidence. You’ll also develop a genuine understanding of what we do and how we do it but even more importantly, you’ll discover whether PwC, and the type of work you could take on with us are right for you.
Running during the summer at offices all over the UK, our 6 week Summer Internships offer high calibre penultimate year undergraduates the opportunity to experience work and life at PwC. It will help you:
gain a full insight into our profession and culture.
give you a real-life view of what a career with the firm would be like.
provide the opportunity to work with real clients ranging from global players and FTSE 100 companies, to middle market organisations and smaller fast growing companies.
benefit from a blended learning programme involving: gaining knowledge of the industry and market, self-development and awareness, the development of communication, business and teamworking skills.
Who is this vacancy for?
If you’re in the penultimate year of your degree (or final year of an undergraduate degree with a postgraduate place confirmed), then you have the opportunity to join one of our internship programmes. It doesn’t matter if you feel that you’re not studying for a ‘relevant’ degree - the vast majority of our business areas accept students from any discipline.
You’ll need a good academic record and need to be able to show how you’ve used your initiative and team-working skills prior to, and during university. We’ll also expect you to have done plenty of research into your chosen business area, demonstrating a genuine commitment to your chosen career path.
Open to penultimate-year undergraduates (or final year of an undergraduate degree with a postgraduate place confirmed). A minimum of 320 UCAS points (26 using the old tariff) and be on course for at least a 2.1 result in your degree. The subject of your degree is not important.