PwC busts apprenticeship myths in video series

It’s never too early to start thinking about your options, as PwC explains

Opportunities are at the heart of a career with PwC. Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems for our clients, helping them tackle business challenges and improving how they work. We have school and college leaver opportunities in assurance, consulting, deals, tax or technology.

The end of school or college might seem a long way off, but now is a really great time to start researching your options and thinking about your next steps. Whether you’re keen on the uni experience, want to start earning straight away on a school leaver programme, or you’re looking for something in between, such as a sponsored or partnership degree with placements, PwC has a pathway that could work for you.

If you’re in Year 13, it’s also not too late to apply for a school leaver or higher apprenticeship programme. We still have positions available to join us this year in September 2019. If you’ve not yet decided what you would like to do, or you’re having second thoughts about going to uni, then check out our remaining vacancies here.

Myth-busting apprenticeships

Are you early on in your research of the options available to you, or you’re unsure what the difference is between a higher apprenticeship, a degree apprenticeship and a degree partnership programme? Have you got questions about career progression, salary expectations, and why an apprenticeship might be a great place to start a career? Check out our three myth-busting videos below for answers to these questions and more:

PwC busts apprenticeship myths in video series


PwC busts apprenticeship myths in video series


PwC busts apprenticeship myths in video series

You can also watch lots of videos and blogs on our YouTube careers channel, which gives you a good insight into life at PwC.

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