What is the profile of an ideal graduate candidate?
We are looking for people, who are:
- recent university graduates or university students in their final year of studies,
- interested in accounting, auditing, tax and advisory,
- has good knowledge of English (written and oral),
- has good command of IT literacy,
- ability to work in a team,
- good communication and interpersonal skills,
- strong career commitment,
- flexible to travel.
How soon after joining will I be given real responsibility?
Depending on the department you join as a graduate, you will spend the first couple of weeks on intensive learning event and trainings to prepare you working with clients, and then you will take on front-line, client-facing responsibility within a few weeks of joining the firm. You will quickly become an integral part of the team you join making valuable contributions.
Are you a bit afraid? - don't worry! Even though we like independent minds, constant monitoring of your progress means you’ll always have support.
Will I be on a good starting salary?
The important thing when we talk about starting salary is to think about total rewards - salary plus benefits, incentives or bonuses, development and growth opportunities, long term earning potential and career enhancement.
In relation to salary, we believe we are very competitive and for our people, our remuneration is targeted either at the high end of the market or above it. Our remuneration philosophy is performance-related and our best people will enjoy the highest rewards.
Is there a good learning and education programme at PwC?
PwC is fully committed to life long learning. We encourage our people to undertake relevant professional exams. Our learning and education programme is tailored to your personal and professional needs. It includes ACCA, tax advisory courses, language courses, other professional courses, soft skill trainings and study support including study leave in line with the learning and education policy.
Is there a good social side of life at PwC?
Our people are very satisfied with the social and sporting activities available at PwC. Some examples of social and sporting events sponsored by the firm:
- Christmas Ball
A ball to celebrate Christmas and our way of saying thank you to you and your spouse.
Informal meetings which provide a chance to spend an evening chatting and dancing with colleagues.
- Away Day
Besides the evaluation of the previous year and the announcement of plans for the next year there is a chance to learn more about colleagues through exercises and other informal programmes.
- Separate Department events
Celebrating the season closing and other group team-building events are also organized.
- Santa Claus Party
An event for our colleagues’ children.
- Children’s Day
When we host children in our building to spend a half day at their parent’s workplace and we organize lot of fun for them.
Our casual dress policy allows you to wear casual business dress not only on Friday but during the summer months too.
These events provide an excellent opportunity to meet other people from PwC outside the work environment. You will quickly become part of the PwC team and will develop long-term work and social relationships with your colleagues.
What kind of internship opportunities does PwC offer to students?
Each year we have 25 vacant internship positions in the Audit Department. This is a two months internship program, where you can get an insight to the everyday life of the auditors. You can get familiar with this profession, and you also provide great help to our experienced professionals.
Who can apply for an internship in PwC?
All those university or college students, who are interested in accounting, auditing, and who are in the penultimate year of his/her degree.
When does the internship start and how long is it?
The duration of our internship program is from the beginning of January until the end of February.
Can I have summer internship in PwC?
Our business is seasonal and the “busy” period does not coincide with the summer vacations in universities.
The Audit internship vacancies are open in winter for a two-month period.
Will I be allowed to take my exams as an intern?
You will be given the opportunity to take your exams during working hours. All you will have to do is to tell us in advance, so we can make your work schedule to fit your exam date.
Do interns get paid?
All interns receive a decent compensation package.
Will I be offered a position of associate after completing the internship?
If your internship is successful and you are still interested in a career with PwC, you will be offered a position in the department of your internship.