Join us and find out more about PwC at one of our virtual events. It’s a great way to hear about the different opportunities we have, the skills we look for and what it’s really like to work for us.
Simply select the events from the list which are most convenient for you and register online. Whatever your plans for the future, our events are a great place to start. Your parents, teachers or carers are welcome to join. In fact, many of the students who join us attended one of our events first and then continued their journey with PwC, better informed and with more knowledge, confidence and with a wider network.
Join one of our virtual events and find out about the opportunities available to you, whether you decide to go to university, join us straight from school or college, or consider our Flying Start degree programmes. You can pick up loads of information about our work and decide which of our career options is of most interest to you on these virtual sessions.
These virtual events are a great way for you to explore your options with PwC and beyond, and you’re welcome to encourage a parent, carer, teacher, friend or older sibling to join if they want to find out more too! Some of our events are more broadly focused on who we are as a firm, whilst others focus on specific topics such as technology, accountancy or developing employability skills. Please see the event description and name for more details.
PwC’s Virtual Classroom offers you the opportunity to join a series of events each month based on a particular topic. The programme combines both live and pre-recorded sessions which will provide you with an insight into PwC and an opportunity to develop your employability skills. You’ll also have the chance to engage with a range of PwC ambassadors through the interactive live sessions, whilst having the flexibility to watch and listen to the recorded sessions at a time best suited to you each week.
We also run sessions specifically for parents, teachers and carers.
To attend the event you'll need to be confident that you could achieve at least 96 UCAS tariff points from up to 3 full A-Levels or equivalent (excluding General Studies and re-sits). This equates to 3 Cs at A-Level but please check the UCAS Calculator page if you’re studying a different qualification.