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PwC’s Virtual Insight Programme

PwC’s Virtual Insight Programme

Deadline: Mar 8, 2024
Job Type: Other
Salary: Not applicable
Website: www.pwc.co.uk

The Details


Our Virtual Insight Programme is an opportunity to gain valuable skills and explore your career interests and options with PwC in accounting, business and technology. You may be interested in doing an apprenticeship, going to university, or a combination of both. Perhaps you’re still not sure, and you simply want to find out more about PwC and the different areas that you could join. Our Virtual Insight Programme will help you answer these questions by giving you an insight into our different business areas, and you’ll also hear from our people who joined through a range of student pathways and programmes.


What you'll do

On the Virtual Insight Programme, you’ll experience our different business areas through interactive sessions and innovative technology. You’ll hear directly from our people, including current and past students of our School and College Leaver programmes. You’ll discover what they do at PwC and have the opportunity to try out typical tasks from some of our business areas. You can also take part in a variety of skills sessions to equip you with the tools and knowledge to help you succeed with a future application to PwC and beyond.


The programme will run virtually across three days. For the optimum experience, you’ll need a laptop or computer and internet connection to join the online sessions, but many sessions will also be accessible via a smartphone. If you don’t have a personal laptop or you’re worried about your internet connection, please still apply to the programme, and we may be able to provide support with access to the necessary equipment. We’ll be contacting all successful applicants regarding what support may be available after we’ve confirmed offers for the programme.


Programme dates:

27 July - 31 July 2024


What you'll need

Students will need to be in Year 11 in England and Wales, Year 12 in Northern Ireland or S4 in Scotland and predicted at least five GCSEs (including English and Maths) at Grade 4 or above (or five N5 qualifications at Grade C or above).