After registering, you will take an online exam, which allows us to test your numerical reasoning and get a better understanding of your skills in this area. The exam takes about 30 minutes to complete. Make sure that you have a stable internet connection so that you are not interrupted during this time and so that you can fully concentrate on the exam. Using a calculator and a notepad are encouraged.
This is a unique opportunity to bring your application to life and to stand out from the rest. A video interview shows who you are much better than a paper cover letter attached to your CV. Learn more about our video interview tool that has replaced the pre-screening step of the selection process. You can choose the time and place, and you can arrange to respond to the questions at your own convenience.
The assessment centre is a full-day event consisting of two to three stages, such as group exercises, interviews and exams.
This may sound like a lot, but it is a great opportunity for you to show off a range of skills and how motivated you are. It is also a chance to meet potential future colleagues and to learn more about PwC and our corporate culture.
Interview with a manager and partner
The one-on-one interview provides you with an opportunity to display your best qualities. We are looking for evidence of your skills, experience and abilities. We also want to see that you have carefully considered your career choice. You should be able to demonstrate your clear interest in the business world and PwC, and that you have what it takes to be a “PwC Professional”.
If you are offered a position with PwC and you accept it, you will be invited to join our portal for new joiners to learn more about the firm’s corporate culture, what your first days and months will look like and how to connect with us and other new joiners. You can also initiate this by connecting with your recruiter.