Your first job is something special and kicking off your career with PwC is extraordinary, particularly as a new graduate. Can you imagine what it means to have access to over 276,000 colleagues across 158 countries, and all that from right here, Kenya? If you join us, you get access to a global network of specialists who will help you to learn, grow and develop into the accomplished professional you aspire to be.
Diversity is at the heart of our business. We’re always looking for graduates with a range of different degrees, backgrounds and life experience. You’ll start alongside other graduates and you’ll learn from each other just as much as you’ll learn from us. Most importantly you’ll build some life-long relationships along the way and be given many opportunities to create. So join us, let’s create together!
This year we’re offering opportunities for our graduates in Assurance and Tax. Each of these lines of service provide tailored learning and development programmes that will build strong foundational skills. Join us, let’s create together
Must be a Kenyan citizen
Should have a B+ and above in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) or its equivalent
Should have graduated in 2020, or be graduating in 2021, and will have completed their studies by June 2021
Must have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of upper second class honours or its equivalenta
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