Get a unique insight into what we do and how we do it by attending one of our events
Whilst we may not know what’s ahead, we’ll still be offering a wide range of innovative events in the virtual world using exciting new technologies. Please read below to find out more about the events available to you.
New for our 2021 intake, we’re excited to launch our Virtual Classrooms; where you’ll attend daily virtual sessions, between Tuesday and Friday, each lasting 15 minutes each, to find out more about who we are and what we do, and how best to prepare for your application. You’ll also have the chance to engage with a range of PwC ambassadors through interactive live sessions and digital conversations in our new virtual world, PwC’s Virtual Park.
We recognise that you’ll have university commitments to maintain as the semester progresses, which is why we’ve made the programme as flexible as possible, allowing you to select the week that suits you best.
If you’re interested in joining our Strategy& team, we’re excited to launch our Strategy& Virtual Classrooms, where you’ll be able to find out more about the programme from some of our Strategy& ambassadors.
You’ll attend daily virtual sessions, between Tuesday and Friday, each lasting 15 minutes each, to find out more about who we are and what we do, and how best to prepare for your application. You’ll also have the chance to engage with a range of Strategy& team members through interactive live sessions and digital conversations in our new virtual world, PwC’s Virtual Park.
If you know which region you’d like to work in or you want to find out more about working in a particular region, then why not attend one of our region focussed Virtual Classroom sessions? We have a number of offices across the UK and these regional weeks will enable you to find out more about some of the fantastic opportunities that each region offers.
You’ll attend daily virtual sessions, between Tuesday and Friday, each lasting 15 minutes each, to find out more about who we are and what we do, and how best to prepare for your application. You’ll also have the chance to engage with a range of PwC regional ambassadors through interactive live sessions and digital conversations in our new virtual world, PwC’s Virtual Park.
This is your opportunity to truly explore PwC through our new virtual reality platform, PwC’s Virtual Park. You can fully immerse yourself in PwC as we have recreated our office environment, bringing the office to you. You’ll be able to quickly and easily create your own virtual avatar, which will enable you to network and speak with PwC ambassadors. As well as exploring the Park, you’ll also get to meet our people and hear first hand about their experiences of working at PwC. You’ll navigate yourself around our Virtual Park to enable you to have a tailored experience, helping you to make an informed decision about your next steps with us. You’ll be able to attend practical sessions to help you navigate our selection process and also hear presentations from senior speakers at PwC as they share their experiences. Our Student Recruitment team will be on hand for one-to-one support too. You’ll need to download PwC’s Virtual Park in order to access our virtual reality world. Please see PwC’s Virtual Park guidance for more information.
Each week, we’ll be joined by a guest speaker to explore a variety of interesting and relevant topics that affect us all on an ongoing basis. We’ll look at the impact of Covid-19 and how we as a firm have responded to this, including the wellbeing and resilience of our people. We’ll discuss how we utilise technology in a rapidly-evolving industry, for our clients, our people and our local communities. As part of the Explore PwC event, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from a range of guest speakers, coming from a wide range of diverse backgrounds.
Our People Networks play a key role in working to create an inclusive culture at PwC. They all share the aim of providing a sense of community, inspiring and supporting diverse talent and raising awareness of diversity within the firm. As part of the Explore PwC event, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and talk to individuals from our People Network communities and find out more about the work they do.
If you’re ready to apply to one of our programmes, are midway through the application process, or just have some general questions you’d like to ask our recruitment team, our Recruiter drop-in session is your opportunity to speak with our team. Our Student Recruitment team will be available in our new virtual world, PwC’s Virtual Park, and you’ll be able to drop in and out of the platform at whatever time suits you during the two hour window.
Designed to help you build your confidence and resilience skills, find out what’s important to you for your future career, and help you learn more about PwC and the opportunities we offer. Held as a one-day virtual event, our Females of the Future programme gives you the opportunity to gain an informal insight into life at PwC. You’ll be inspired by our Female leaders, hear from our Student Recruitment team on breaking down some of the myths around the selection process, as well as sharing our focus on inclusion and what it means to us. If you like what you see and feel the culture at PwC is a good fit for you, then you may want to consider work experience with us on one of our undergraduate programmes.
Our Females of the Future programme will be taking place in spring 2021. To be the first to hear when registration opens, please sign up to our Talent Network here.
Alongside our range of virtual events you’re welcome to attend, you’re also able to access our Employability Hub at all times, all year round. We’ve developed a set of useful virtual tools to support your development of key employability skills, which will help you along each stage of our application process. So if you’re midway through the application process, or are just beginning, the Employability Hub can help you prepare for what’s next.
We're aware that there are providers running external events which purport to give information about careers at PwC or assistance on how to complete our recruitment assessments. Some of these events may even require attendees to pay to participate. We have no relationship with and do not endorse any of those providers, and we would never ask our applicants to pay to attend an event. Our PwC Careers page offers access to hints and tips on our process, opportunities to sign up to our free events to find out more and talk to our recruiters. We encourage applicants to use these channels available.