PwC – Back to Schools session and June opportunities
- Posted by Fearghal Quinn
- Posted in Careers Blog
PwC are bringing back the popular regional Back to Schools series, giving students the chance to discover more about life at PwC. During interactive sessions, students will hear from members of the business who will share their career journey with the firm. They will also have the opportunity to learn more about the Flying Start programmes in Accounting, Technology and the brand new Business Management programme, School & College Leaver programmes and Virtual Insight Week.
These sessions are for Year 13 and 14 students who are interested in a career at PwC with options including Accounting, Business, Consulting, Technology and PwC Operate. The sessions will last approximately 45 minutes each, including some time for questions. Students will hear from local people who’ve joined via the Flying Start degree programmes or the School & College Leaver programmes, helping them gain an insight into what PwC do and what opportunities are available to them.
The virtual session for Northern Ireland region will run on Wednesday 23rd June at 2pm. Please follow this link for more information and to register for your session. Full information and a full list of regional sessions can be seen on PwC’s website.
If students are unable to make this session, 15 minute bite-sized pre-recorded material is available here.
The next Teacher/Parent Insight call is on Monday 21st June at 4pm – if you’re interested hearing more about opportunities and recruitment process, register to join using this form.
Lastly, there are a number of remaining opportunities for Year 14s or those who have already obtained their A levels (or equivalent) to join PwC in the Autumn – interested students should apply as soon as possible:
School & College Leaver role – Tax Compliance Services Corporate Tax (trainee accountant)
School & College Leaver role – Operate Finance Solutions (trainee accountant)
Flying Start Business Management Degree (partnership with Ulster University)