What is the recruitment process for graduate or internship positions?
- Apply online and complete the application form (simply upload your detailed CV and degree audit!)
- No more psychometric tests! Instead complete a series of engaging and fun online games that will assess cognitive, behavioural and emotional traits and giving us a little more insight into you as a person and where you’ll thrive the most in our business. After you’ve completed it you’ll also receive a traits report so you can learn more about yourself as well.
- Video introduction
- Invitation to PwC’s assessment day! Where you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our culture, learn more about what we do and discover where your passions and skills may fit. Over here, selected candidates will be offered an employment contract to join us!
- Offer and on-boarding
Note: Are you an international student and interested to apply for an internship with us?
Do note that in order to work in Singapore, you will need to have a valid working permit. Before applying, do check on your eligibility to apply for Work Holiday Pass.
Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin so that you will receive an update when we kick-start our application!
I am not in my penultimate year. Can I still apply for the PwC Internship programme?
Unless otherwise stated, our mid-year and year-end internship programmes are generally reserved for penultimate year students.
If you’re a final year student, we encourage you to apply for our graduate openings instead.
If I have been declined previously, can I apply again?
Please let us know if you would like to apply for another position by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team will assess your request and revert accordingly.
If I perform well in my internship, will I receive a graduate offer?
If you perform well during your internship, subject to business needs, you may receive a ‘priority offer’ which is a direct graduate offer (once you complete your university studies).