Read more about what you need to know
The first thing you'll need to do is research our opportunities available to you and apply to a job.
Career valuation - our situational judgement test
Once you’ve applied to a role, your first assessment will be our online Immersive Job Preview Assessment. Often termed as a Situational Judgement Test. You’ll watch video scenarios of what it's like to work with us and be prompted to answer questions that have been designed to help us evaluate your suitability to the role and our company culture.
Career unlocked - our game based assessment
Next stage will be a series of Games-based Psychometric Assessments that measure your cognitive skills and behavioural preferences. We’ll be looking at your numerical and abstract reasoning abilities and natural behavioural preferences. For instance, how you overcome challenges, how you work towards goals and how you make decisions.
Career conversation - our interview
The penultimate stage of our process is a Video Interview. Here you’ll need to record your response to a range of questions and case studies. 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.
Career focus - our assessment day
The final stage of our recruitment process is an immersive assessment day we call ‘Career Focus’. It brings together everything you’ve learnt about us so far as an immersive ‘day in the life’ experience. You’ll work in groups and individually, on a variety of case studies that help you learn even more about the work we do.
We’ll tell you whether we’d like you to join us, as soon after your career focus day as possible. For some areas you may also need to attend an additional interview before we’re able to make an offer, but we’ll let you know if this is needed.
Pass our checks
Congratulations you’ve accepted our offer! Part of our onboarding process includes checking your grades and job history, so please make sure everything is correct on your application form. We’re known for accuracy, so carrying out checks like this protects our reputation.
Before your start date, you may find it useful to come back for a visit. This will allow you to have a more personalised, informal chat about what to expect once you join, take a look round the office where you'll be based and meet some of your new colleagues. We also may invite you to attend an event where you can meet fellow new joiners and learn more information about your forthcoming induction.
Before you join
Our culture is all about our people and we want you to feel supported and part of PwC as soon as you say ‘yes’. Next steps include being invited to our onboarding website where you’ll have lots of things you need to do before your first day.
Some of our roles have variations to the standard process, this will be communicated to you either during the application process or via your local recruiter.
International applicants for a UK vacancy
Expenses for travel from outside the UK to attend an assessment event won’t be reimbursed without prior agreement and only includes economy fares. If you're travelling from overseas, we request you don't book travel arrangements yourself, but to contact our recruitment helpdesk first on Freephone number 0808 100 1500 or +44 (0)1952 568470.
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