PwC Ireland hires at both the graduate and experienced professional level. They also run a summer internship programme for students in various business areas. The recruitment process for graduate and internship positions shares many of its elements with branches in the UK, such as the interview process and some of the assessments. We'll review these elements and how you can prepare below.
Once you have filled out the PwC online application, it is reviewed by the recruitment team who will contact you if you meet the requirements to arrange an interview.
It’s important to keep the PwC core competencies in mind throughout the entire assessment as this can help you structure your answers to highlight what the company is after.
This is a straightforward interview in which the company is looking to learn more about you than what is included on your CV. Check out our PwC interview guide for hints and tips.
For graduates, the interview is like an assessment centre and can include a case study in addition to the interview itself. Applicants for consulting also face a group exercise.
A good performance on the interview and other assessments means that you are very likely to get a job offer.
You can greatly improve your chances by preparing in advance with the materials found in our PwC Interview, Case Study, and Group Exercise pack.
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