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Degrees and Apprenticeships with PwC: Online workshop

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Degrees and Apprenticeships with PwC:

Discover your opportunities and how we can support you

PwC have teamed up with Class Careers to give your students an exclusive insight into the world of business, accounting, and technology, and what it's really like to work with them on their degree and apprenticeship programmes.

Held in the comfort of your own classroom, your students will have the opportunity to chat directly with a member of the PwC team. All the chats are held online, on a one-to-one basis, giving your students the opportunity to ask whatever they like and get real, honest responses from one of their apprentices or graduates, as well as get help and support from their schools recruitment team.

Opportunities we'll be covering in this session

  • Accounting Degree programme: Available with Henley Business School, University of Reading, Newcastle University, Nottingham University - including paid term time placements and support to gain the ACA qualification

  • Data Science Degree Apprenticeship: Available with University of Edinburgh and University of St Andrews and University of Leeds - fully funded degree programme leading to a graduate career with PwC

  • Apprenticeships in Consulting, Tax, Deals, Audit and Assurance - opportunities nationwide to start a career post A-level

  • Insight Weeks - paid summer work experience for Year 12 students

How to join

To participate, all your school or college needs is a computer room with internet access.

When you click on register, please purchase one ticket for each student participating in the workshop.

This event is fully funded by PwC, so there is no cost to schools and colleges.

Key info about the online workshop

  • Who can join? This workshop is open to students in Years 12 - 13 or equivalent and is open to all types of schools, sixth forms and colleges. We advise participants are on track for a minimum of CCC or equivalent, all though some degree programmes do require higher entry requirements.

  • Which other schools and colleges are participating? There a whole range of schools and colleges participating from across the country including Cannock Chase High School, Cotham School, Coulsdon College, Durham Sixth Form Centre, East Barnet School, Hereford Sixth Form College, King Edward VI Aston School, St. Ignatius College, The Abbey School, The Billericay School, The Bishop's Stortford High School, Towers School, Woodhouse College

  • How does it work? The workshop lasts for a total of 50 minutes. It will consist of a short introduction to PwC, followed by a 20 minute one-to-one question and answer session.

  • Why do I have to sign up to a specific time slot? 20 minutes is the amount of time students will have to chat with members of staff at PwC. You will need to set aside around 50 minutes of lesson time, ensuring that your students have seen the video beforehand, and have engaged in discussions about the workshop as per the lesson plan we will send to you on registration.

  • What is an online chat? An online chat is a type based live chat, similar to a WhatsApp conversation where students will be able to type their questions and receive an answer, directly from PwC. It's not a Skype or chat room.

  • Will we need to install anything on our computers? No.

  • Is it safe? Yes, all of our members of staff are fully trained and the conversations will be supervised by both the PwC recruitment team and Class Careers..

  • Who will students be speaking with? Apprentices and graduates currently working at PwC, as well as the schools recruitment team.

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