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These assessments help us build a clearer picture of your capabilities and where your strengths lie. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, the PwC professional. The precise details of each stage will vary according to where you want to work, but the focus throughout will be on the qualities you need to do well. Having the right academic results is only part of it.
Remember what we're looking for throughout the process - we'll be looking for you to show awareness and evidence of the skills and qualities you need to succeed in our business. Wherever possible, you should be able to demonstrate and highlight how you match our requirements. For more information, please refer to the 'The skills we look for' page.
We'll expect you to be able to talk coherently and confidently about PwC, the position you're applying for, the business world in general and yourself. The more you know about these things, the more prepared you'll be, so you'll have to get researching. If you're applying for a role that will require you to undertake a professional qualification, please make sure you research this fully.
Think about investigating the following sources of information:
Don't just give them a quick glance. Examine them, understand the issues and keep yourself up to date.
Try our Career Uncovered tool. Explore your own preferences and learn more about our different business areas. This tool will allow you to identify suitable programmes for your current year of study and interests.
Remember first impressions count so the application form is your opportunity to sell yourself. Before you complete the form, you should gather accurate details of your academic and employment history including any work experience placements.
While completing the form, remember to:
The next stage will be a series of online assessments that measure your cognitive skills and behavioural preferences. We’ll also look at your numerical and abstract reasoning abilities too. For instance, how you overcome challenges, how you work towards goals and how you make decisions.
The second stage of our process is a video interview. Here you’ll need to record your response to a range of motivational and scenario based questions. They bring to life the range of work we do and what it’s like working here. This is your opportunity to tell us why you're interested in a career with us. You can prepare in advance by thinking about the behaviours and skills we’re looking for by visiting "the skills we look for" page.
Read more about our use of automated decision-making in our recruitment privacy statement.
The penultimate stage of our recruitment process is a virtual immersive assessment centre. It brings together everything you’ve learnt about us so far through a number of individual and group activities. You’ll also have a 30 minute live interview with a member of the student recruitment team who will ask you a number of motivational and scenario based questions.
Similar to the video interview, you can prepare in advance by thinking about the behaviours and skills we’re looking for and building your knowledge of business vocabulary by reviewing our 'Business 101' glossary.