PwC School Leaver Opportunities – Insight Weeks, applications are now open and the deadline is 31st January 2019

For any students in Year 12, we offer Insight Weeks. These are one-week paid work experience programmes in the Summer Holidays focusing around Business or the Digital World (*Year 13 in NI & S5 In Scotland). Applications are now open and the deadline is 31st January 2019.
 
  • We have a number of events taking place in PwC offices over the next few months which you may want to make your students aware of. Visiting our offices will give your students an insight into working at PwC, information about our current job opportunities, and help them develop their employability skills.

  • Our Virtual Events are perfect if students are unable to come into one of our offices but wish to participate in an online workshop

  • Our National Schools Employability Challenge is now open to students aged 14 – 18 years old, and is an excellent, fun and interactive way for students to gain and recognise employability skills, as well as prepare for the workplace of today.

  • Females of the Future – This day-long event is held at a one of our UK offices, and will include sessions to help build your confidence and resilience skills, whilst helping you to learn more about our business areas and culture. On this programme you’ll hear from females at PwC, gain an insight into the recruitment process, and understand where your skills and interests best fit.

  • Our PwC brochures are also available to download as a PDF from our website.

  • Your students can sign up for a student newsletter here (http://pwctrk.co.uk/tp/rj6-CS9la_J-K)

  • Naturally we also offer full-time Apprenticeships, Flying Start Degree Programmes in Accountancy & Business, and also fully funded Degree Apprenticeships in Technology or Data Science . More details are here

If you know of any students thinking about applying, please do encourage them to, all of our live roles can be found here

Please do have a look at our website, and encourage your students to do the same.