- PwC have 57 offices across the UK, the Channel Islands and the Middle East.
- They are an extensively networked organisation that operates in for lines of service:
Pwc believe their culture is made up of their people and the development of their people. They aim to carry our work to the best of their ability in an exciting environment where success thrives. They provide expert guidance and advice to their client which is all down to the people they employ.
They take on a lot of graduates so you are likely to join with other similar age people and not only work with them throughout your career but also build firm friendships. They believe that teamwork is extremely important and they like to draw on everyone’s knowledge and skills to ensure they provide the highest quality of work.
When you go for an interview with PwC you will have competencies tested at different stages such as:
- Communication - clearly and articulately
- Acquire and Apply Commercial & Technical Expertise
- Lead and contribute to team success
- Be Open Minded, Agile with Change and Practical
- Manage Projects and Economics
- Demonstrate Courage and Integrity
- Be Curious: Learn, Share and Innovate
- Be Passionate about Client Service
- Build and Sustain Relationships
- Develop Self and Others through Coaching
The individuals who work for PwC are extremely ambitious and want a career that keeps developing with them. They require individuals to work flexibly and meet the needs of their clients but they offer a work-life balance toolkit for anyone who needs support from it. To help with this they offier support such as:
- Career Breaks
- Emergency Childcare
- Survival Workshops
They understand that to be the best they need to invest time and effort into their staff and ensure that they stay in their career with PwC.
You will be asked to write 500 words article about PwC could offer to their clients.Interview Questions
- What do you consider to be your strengths?
- What are your development areas?
- Why do you want to leave your present job?
- How do you structure your time at university ensuring you balance your personal life?
- Tell me about a difficult experience at work and how you dealt with it.
- What made you decide to join this Professional Service?
- What do you know about our business?
- Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
- What are your major achievements to date?
- What do you do in your spare time?
- Describe how you see the role of a graduate at PwC?
- What is the biggest mistake you have made? What did you learn from this mistake?
- Tell me about a time when you have worked in a team? What was your role?
- Have you applied for any other graduate jobs?
- How does PwC add value to its clients?
- How is PwC Assurance divided and in what division would you like to work?
- Tell me what you know about the qualification which you will be studying?
- Explain when you have been in a situation where you were working towards a dadline and the parameters have been changed?