Success for Swansea Student in PwC pitch competition
Greg Pool, studying Business Management at Swansea University, has won a business presentation competition run by PwC Swansea and hosted by the University’s Swansea Employability Academy. Click here to read the full story.
PwC Summer Internships still available – Assurance in Swansea – 2016
If you are looking to join an established Times Top 100 Graduate Employer, and would prefer to work in a regional office, PwC still have fantastic opportunities in their Swansea office.
The Swansea office is now based on Singleton Park campus, opposite the picturesque beaches of South Wales. Swansea itself has a hugely rich and diverse industrial heritage, and its surrounding area is currently undergoing redevelopment with significant investment. In fact, it was once one of the world’s largest seaports and in the 19th century nicknamed “Copperopolis”, producing a major proportion of the world’s copper requirement. Today, it is Wales’ second city and the economy is dominated by a mixture of public and private enterprises, serving a wide range of sectors.
Welcoming graduate talent from all backgrounds, PwC see your degree as the first step in a career that could go in any direction. In fact last year, almost half their graduate recruits had degrees in arts & humanities, science, law or social sciences.
If you’re ready to reach your full potential and consider a different path with PwC this summer, then follow this link: http://pwc.to/1NzCaAl – aimed at students in their penultimate year (and final year undergraduate students who intend to study a master’s degree).
Want to speak with a current PwC Graduate working in our Plymouth, Cardiff or Swansea office? Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get to know their Assurance team better by registering for a 30 minute one-to-one call with one of their Graduate trainees – PwC call this “Ask Audit”.
What is it? PwC are offering a valuable opportunity for any student to talk to one of their graduate trainees so that you can learn first-hand about the work and training graduates who join their Assurance practice are involved in. It’s an opportunity to ask questions, hear more about the client work graduates get involved in, and what’s involved in studying for a professional qualification, including how you’re supported with time-off and tuition, through to what the social life of the office is like and how the leadership teams support graduate joiners.
How to apply: Ask Audit is available to anyone interested in an Assurance role in the advertised office. You’ll need to complete a short registration form to arrange a call. Once you’ve booked a slot, you’ll receive a call at that date/time on the telephone number you provide on your registration form. So, take the opportunity of a lifetime, and secure your ‘one-to-one’ call now, and discover more about joining PwC in Assurance, in 2016.
To speak with a graduate joiner from the Swansea PwC office, sign up here: http://pwc.to/1ndPox5.