Our Summer Internships offer high calibre students the opportunity to experience work and life at PwC, and gain a valuable insight into our business and culture. You’ll work alongside graduate trainees and experienced professionals on live and interesting client projects. You will be doing real work on real clients so be prepared to get stuck in.
You’ll get to work closely with the best in industry, finance and government in the UK and abroad, bringing fresh insights and motivation to the problems they face. Our clients might want us to help them enter new markets, address the challenges created by organisational change, or draw up a sustainability strategy that aligns their commercial objectives with broader environmental and social concerns.
Sustainability and Climate Change
In Sustainability and Climate Change Consulting (S&CC) you’ll help clients embed sustainable thinking in their strategies and throughout their organisations. You’ll help them deliver real impact by making the most of the opportunities for innovation and growth created by a world economy that’s becoming greener. Our international development work aims to make meaningful changes to people’s lives by designing and implementing solutions to global issues like climate change and poverty reduction
What you’ll gain
Discover what a career with us is all about, and boost your employability. You’ll find out first-hand if this is the career for you - do well, and you could be offered a graduate job to start the same year. Working alongside specialists, you’ll work on client projects to give you the best insight into what we’re about. You’ll have the opportunity to build networks with your colleagues and peer group.
What you need
- Have achieved a 2:1 undergraduate degree in any discipline
- Have completed a sustainability-related Masters (e.g. Environmental Science/Economics or Development Studies) or be on course to complete a sustainability-related Masters by September 2020.
Relevant skills including
- Strong understanding of sustainability principles
- Ability to apply principles in a practical setting
- Capable of applying qualitative and quantitative techniques including: data analytics, data modelling, digital etc.
- Ability to explain complex concepts in non-technical manner
- Fast learner/flexible and can operate in a fast paced environment
When to apply
- The deadline for applications is 11.00pm 22 January
- The deadline for online assessments is 11.00pm 23 January
- We’ll let you know the outcome of your application on 30 January
- Assessment centres will take place 19 - 20 February