KPMG 2019 Insight Programmes - Women in Technology programme (London & Manchester)
- Apply by:
- 8th July 2019
- Start date:
- Job type:
- Graduate job
KPMG in the UK, is part of a global network of firms offering Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services. Working with start-ups to major multinationals, private and public sector, we apply innovative approaches, quality insights and deep expertise to help our clients solve some of their most complex business challenges.
Women in Technology Insight Programme
Want to get a head start? Join us on our 3-day, paid Insight programme – hosted in our Manchester or London office, this summer.
What you’ll do
This is the perfect opportunity for you to network with inspiring women from our Technology teams and find out more about a career in Technology at KPMG. You’ll gain an insight into our global network of firms, the range of industries we work in, our technology services, and some of the latest technologies we’re using – such as artificial intelligence. The programme is packed with practical takeaways which you can use across everything you do in the future. From making the best impact with new networks, in meetings, events and interviews, to effectively managing tasks and projects.
Plus you’ll have the chance to fast-track yourself through our recruitment process. Whilst on the programme, you’ll take part in an assessment, and if successful, secure a position on one of our vacation programmes starting in summer 2020.
What you’ll need
Our Women in Technology Insight Programme is aimed primarily at women with an interest in technology. Candidates must be in their first year at university (or second year if you’re on a four year course). Find out more in the ‘How to Apply’ page of our website.
This programme last for three days and starts in June.
Join us and discover more about our fast-moving, intellectually-challenging and supportive community, where you’ll be inspired to learn, grow and thrive.
- Minimum grade B GCSE* or 5-6 Maths
• Minimum grade B GCSE* or 5-6 English Language
• Minimum of 300 UCAS Tariff points (120 UCAS points under the 2017 tariff point system)*
• On track to achieve a 2:1 degree in any discipline* (* or equivalent)
Please note, we only consider your ‘top’ three A-level grades and do not accept General Studies.
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