Each year we offer opportunities to high performing students seeking to build successful professional careers through our Graduate Recruitment Program.
Choose a career with PwC and you’ll enter a world of unlimited possibilities, it does not matter whether you studied Engineering, Humanities, Social Sciences, Information Technology, Languages, Education, Medicine or Business Studies. Our Graduate Associate Program combines innovative education with mentored work experience, to produce qualified accountants who possess a greater ability to analyze and interpret business problems and develop dynamic solutions in private businesses, public practice, government and education.
Our people are what make us the leading professional services firm in the World. That’s why we want energetic, passionate and talented people who like to share ideas, knowledge and experience like you.
Our work is diverse and challenging and we work with the world’s leading multinationals and organizations on their most important projects.
Whichever area of the firm you choose to work in, be it in Assurance, Tax, Advisory, Finance, IT and Human Capital, you can build the career that’s right for you. Starting out your career with PwC is exciting, stretching and challenging, but the rewards are well worth it. If you’re ready to invest plenty of effort, commitment, flexibility and passion, we’re ready to give you our full support and we’ll invest in your future.
Who are we?
We are the largest provider of professional services in the world. PwC helps organizations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. We’re a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 180,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.
In Kigali, our local capability comprises over 50 professionals who combine their in-depth understanding of local business, social, cultural and economic issues with deep functional and industry knowledge.
From the moment you join us, you will see that our approach to self development is driven by you and is ongoing throughout your career. Throughout your progression with the firm, you will be supported in all areas of training that will enable you to develop your technical skills, industry skills, soft skills and IT skills.
Your Career Path
The rich career and professional development opportunities offered by PwC are major reasons why people join, and stay with PwC. PwC is a place for bright, ambitious people, for those looking for rapid career advancement. We provide a supportive learning environment in which employees can achieve and make progress within the organization.
After a few years in the firm you will have an opportunity to discuss secondment opportunities in Africa, Europe, USA and other PwC territories. This will broaden your perspective even more.
In your first two to three years you’ll focus on getting a good balance of business, personal and technical skills. For many, working towards a professional qualification like ACCA, CPA-Rwanda, CISA, CIA and CFA your first exam attempt will be fully funded by us.
What Our People Are Saying
Working with PwC is a memorable experience that I can call a life time experience. I have learnt lots of things from many assignments performed which though challenging and stressful, the experience has proven to be fruitful and greatly developed me. From the beginning, you are provided with all the necessary resources that will enable you not only to deliver assignments but also to grow personally and professionally – Jean Damascene Ndayishimiye, Junior Associate (Joined October 2012 from School of Finance and Banking).
“Since I joined PwC no one day has been the same, every day is unique with its own challenges and opportunities. Working with different teams, has helped me to appreciate and respect the different cultures and diversity that is within the firm. PwC is a place where learning and personal growth never ends and you can get all the resources and support you need to achieve your goals”- Bright Rubibi, Junior Associate (Joined October 2012 from School of Finance and Banking)