PwC Youth Opportunities 2019

PwC Youth Opportunities 2019

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The purpose of the Business Orientation Programme (BOP) is to promote the accounting and auditing profession and encourage previously disadvantaged students to follow a career in advisory, audit or tax. PwC uses the programme to identify gifted, previously disadvantaged young people who might be interested in joining PwC through the bursary programmes.

As a student or graduate there are several exciting opportunities within the PwC family.

From vacation work that will help you put the theory you learn into practice, through to training contracts that will help you become a registered chartered accountant, there are lots of great opportunities available.

Who can apply for an Advisory programme?

There is a place for you in PwC Advisory if you’re studying towards, or have successfully completed, your Honours or Masters in any of the following qualifications:

  • All engineering qualifications
  • Finance/ Financial Management
  • Investment Management
  • Forensic Accountancy
  • Accountancy
  • Economics/ Econometrics
  • Business Management
  • Business Science
  • Risk Management
  • Supply Chain Management/ Logistics
  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology
  • Informatics
  • HR/ Industrial Psychology
  • Law
  • Computational & Applied Mathematics

Who can apply to attend BOP?

The course is open to previously disadvantaged BCom Accounting students in their first year, and Grade 11 students from previously disadvantaged communities.

The programme is currently run in Bloemfontein. The course is run at different times of the year in the various regions.

How do I apply

If you’re interested in joining the PwC Advisory team you’ll need to supply the following documents:

  • A detailed CV
  • An official transcript of your marks (including this year)
  • ID and passport (if applicable)
  • A photo of yourself

Register your profile here

SELECT HERE: Learners and school leavers, Undergraduates and graduates


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