PwC Scholarships 2015-2016

The application process is now closed - the following is for general information purposes only 

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Scholarships Programme for the academic year 2015-2016

  • The programme applies to University (AEI) recent graduates or final-year students with permanent residency in Greece
  • The scholarships cover the tuition fees for full time postgraduate courses in Universities in Greece or abroad (excluding professional qualification courses and PhDs)
  • The postgraduate courses must correspond to one of the following fields: Computer Science | Shipping | Accounting & Finance | Management | Economics | Human Recourses | Actuarial | Engineering

The Process

  1. Candidates should complete the online application form by May 15 2015
  2. All eligible candidates will be invited to take part in the ability tests (verbal and numerical reasoning test) on one of the following dates: June 3, 4 or 5
  3. Successful candidates will be invited to an interview from June 10 to 19
  4. Candidates selected for an interview should bring along the required documents in hard copy, on the interview day (see below)
  5. All candidates will be informed about the final results by email from June 27 to 30
  6. Successful candidates will receive a conditional scholarship offer upon being accepted by their desired university for the academic year 2015-2016 and should submit the letter of acceptance no later than September 15. If not, the scholarship will be awarded to the runner-up

Required Documents

  • CV (including photograph)
  • Official copy of passport or identity card
  • Undergraduate degree with grade higher than 7.5/10 or equivalent from a foreign university
  • Candidates who have not completed their studies yet, must provide  an official transcript from the University with the average grade
  • List of desired postgraduate courses or letter of acceptance from the university (if available)
  • Certification of competency in English
  • copy of the latest personal and family Income Tax Statement
  • An essay explaining the reasons for choosing the desired course and how this will contribute to fulfil his/her career aspirations and goals. (the text should be limited to 300 words)

Candidates not eligible for a scholarship

  • First degree relatives of current PwC employees
  • Students who have been enrolled in a two-year postgraduate degree and have already completed the first year of the course

Deadline for submission of online applications: May 15, 2015
Any applications received after that day will not be accepted.

PwC has been awarding scholarships since 2001 and this initiative is part of our Corporate Responsibility programme. The scholarship programme aims to support financially talented young people in order to help them fulfil their future career aspirations.

PwC has supported more than 100 students with scholarships.