Deadline: Ongoing | Apply here
Duration: 12 months
Location: United Kingdom
KPMG has big number of offices and is part of a global network of member firms offering Audit, Tax and Advisory services to some of the world’s biggest businesses. Being part of KPMG means being part of a community of highly talented and innovative people, working together to have a positive and lasting impact on their clients. There is no a one-type of person that succeeds at KPMG; such a diverse business requires diverse personalities, characters and perspectives. And with the opportunity to work across different functional sectors, it’s an ideal place for anyone.
KPMG One-Year Business Internship
A sandwich placement , as they call it, is ideal if you want to gain a broad range of professional experience while working with a wide variety of people at KPMG. On their One Year Business Placement Programme, you’ll get both technical training and personal development opportunities that will equip you with the skills you need to succeed in your career. It’s all about gaining industry-leading work experience in a leading professional services organisation, and working on real projects with real client impact.
At KPMG, your long-term future is as important to them as it is to you. That’s why their aim is to offer you experiences that will stay with you for a lifetime. Whether it’s great training and development or corporate responsibility volunteering activities, they’ll make sure your placement is the perfect platform from which to build a rewarding career. They’re proud of our culture, one that recognises hard work, encourages innovative ways of thinking and embraces diversity and inclusion. They have an innovative spirit which inspires what they do and how they do it – striving to be better lies at the heart of who they are.
Requirements: A smart, ambitious and career-focused person, you should have a degree programme that gives you the option of undertaking a year-long business placement , at least a grade B in GCSE Maths and English and 300 UCAS points (or the equivalents). They will only consider your ‘top’ three ‘A’ level grades and don’t accept General Studies. You should also be on course for a 2:1 degree in any discipline. However, it’s not just your academic performance they’re interested in – they’ll assess your application by combining a number of different factors.