Women in Tech
Find out what it takes to make it to the very top of PwC from the perspective of one of our female leaders. Gain insight into what we do day‑to‑day, by partnering with an associate who’s on our current training scheme and experience working life with us
Open to all, regardless of gender, this programme is to inspire and support students seeking an experience in professional services, and is part of our continued commitment to improve our female representation by showcasing some of our inspiring female leaders. The programme focuses on supporting you through our application process, developing skills and provides an insight into the opportunities available at PwC.
What you’ll do
During this three-day paid placement, you’ll work closely with a variety of people at all grades to learn what it's like to work at PwC, experiencing first hand the nature of the work that we do.
You’ll choose which office you'd like to come to and which area of the business you're interested in. You’ll spend time with lots of different people, from graduates to senior leaders, attending meetings and working with our clients and teams to get real exposure to our business. Our Women in Tech programme is available nationally and the opportunities will be running over the Easter and summer holidays (restrictions for some areas).
You should also have done plenty of research into the area of PwC you'd like to join. We strongly advise you to apply for the business area and office that interests you the most as any subsequent offers will be made for this area only.
We recognise that to bring value to our clients, we need to provide the best advice around technological innovation. With us, you’ll be at the forefront of new initiatives and explore emerging technologies and trends to help our clients unlock their potential, protect their businesses, provide insight and help steer strategy.
The available dates to take part in the programme can be found on the Women in Business home page.
What you’ll need
You’ll need to be on course for a 2.1 degree or above in any subject
We determine whether you're on course for a 2.1 based on the grades you achieved in your last completed year of academic study
You'll need to be in your penultimate year of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree; or
You'll need to be in your final year of an undergraduate degree with a one year postgraduate place confirmed.