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At PwC, we have a thorough talent selection process. We believe that getting the right people to join us is extremely important, both for us and for you. In the process, we hope to create an environment that is both dynamic and yet fulfilling. We look for well-rounded candidates from a variety of disciplines. This means that we welcome all applicants with a strong interest in pursuing a career in our Assurance, Tax or Advisory service lines.

Understanding the Talent Selection Process
All resumes and online application forms will go through a preliminary evaluation process. Strong candidates will be short-listed for an assessment and interview session. This initial selection criteria is based on academic achievements, leadership qualities and involvement in extra-curricular activities.

How do we assess?
Our selection criteria is based upon identified credentials and qualities that we would like our people to possess.
Do show that you have thought carefully about your career choice. We will evaluate you on your skills, competencies and qualities which include:-

  • Building & sustaining relationships
  • Being passionate about client service
  • Being curious: learning, sharing & innovating
  • Leading & contributing to team success
  • Communicating with impact and empathy
  • Developing self & others through coaching
  • Demonstrating courage & integrity
  • Acquiring & applying commercial & technical expertise
  • Managing projects & economics
  • Being open minded, agile with change and practical

First impressions matter a great deal. Here are some tips that may come in handy:

  • Gather as much information as you can regarding the business of PricewaterhouseCoopers, both locally and globally.
  • Get to know the services offered in each service line. Then, decide which would be your preferred choice.
  • Leverage on your work / internship experience to help us understand your skills, strengths and expertise.
  • Be clear and realistic about your goals and ambition.
  • Prepare a list of your achievements and challenges.
  • Communicate in a clear and concise manner.
  • Groom yourself appropriately and project a professional image.
  • Most importantly: RELAX, just be yourself
Before you apply, it would be worth while to talk to friends, family, lecturers and career advisors to get guidance on your career choice.