We listened to departmental talks to find out a bit more about each of the areas in Deals and got to take part in activities that related to the different areas within Deals which was really engaging and enjoyable. We also got to take part in Q and A sessions with Partners and were allocated a 'buddy' who we could ask questions to.
brought onto client meetings, and given a few PowerPoints slides to pull up. You have an hour of Q & A with one of the directors of a specific section of the business unit, and they share a wealth of knowledge about the firm and about what would be expected from you in terms of character and professionalism. It's a really great 3-day programme that paints a complete picture of the firm.
Shadowing a mentor within the Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) team in the Financial Services Tax team. I had the opportunity to sit in on client meetings, ask questions about the type of work that is completed as well as network with a variety of employees across various teams within the department, including senior managers and directors.
worked within the PwC office and had various coffee meeting with different team members, in which I was able to get great in depth into the service line I was in, the firm and different diversity initiatives, and the day to day role. Did various tasks that incoming graduates do on a daily basis and was able to get feedback on how to improve in preparation for actual work once I graduate. Overall very enjoyable
Shadowing a management consultant - attended her meetings, met her team, watched her work etc. Also did a mini-presentation on a competency I was interested in but that was unique to me as my mentor set this task herself. Chatted to lots of people in the business
Our main job was to shadow the associates we were allotted, with the intention of assisting them with their work while learning on the job. This would involve sitting in on meetings, working on slide decks to edit them, researching on certain topics, working with excel spreadsheets or doing miscellaneous work like building websites for client use.
As a management consulting intern, my main roles were supporting my team in delivering client excellence, liaising with the clients, completing key training activities and building my professional network. My day to day is fairly varied, with meetings and calls with my team and others from the Firm, as well as other work to support the progression of the project. My internship began with a week's induction which was mainly focussed around upskilling, to ensure I was prepared to begin client-facing work.