I thoroughly enjoyed my placement at PwC! Coming from a non-tech background, I was eager to kickstart my career in technology but I was doubtful about my lack of technical skills. PwC really helped me build my confidence by giving me access to online courses to train and build up all technical skills needed for the role, ranging from coding in Python, to web development with HTML/CSS, to mapping out business processes using BPMN. I was also very lucky to work with great people which made the experience even more enjoyable!
I thoroughly enjoyed my placement with varied opportunities for travel and different work in different teams. I had the opportunity to undertake training, give training later in the year and to attend social events to get to know my team better and I was able to raise any concerns about moving projects to get a lot of exposure to different types of projects that the firm undertakes. I had a great year and would return.
I enjoyed my placement at PwC to a great extent. Having the opportunity to work for such a prestigious company was a great experience, from the highly professional facilities to the excellent staff members you meet, there was much to be pleased with. As an intern, I felt valued as a colleague and I was provided with a multitude of opportunities to develop my skills. This will certainly benefit me in my degree studies and future career path.
I enjoyed my work placement with PwC quite a lot. I gained insight into the various teams at PwC such as tax and deals but I was also able to gain more specific knowledge in the area of work that I was interested in, which was auditing. It was also great to see the interactions between the different departments of work.
My work placement within PwC in Belfast, was in one word: Amazing. On Day 1 of working with the firm within Forensics, everyone was so welcoming and helpful. Showing me the ropes and always willing to lend a hand and support me in a time of need. During my placement, I forged a strong bond within the Forensics Lab in Belfast, quite instantly and this helped me settle into a new environment faster than I anticipated. I managed to work on more then 4 Projects and this allowed me to work alongside the wider team in Forensics and interact with everyone and not just the team in Belfast. But London, Birmingham, New York, Kolkata etc.
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at PwC. I was nervous due to the large reputation and I always assumed it would be incredibly competitive but the people have been so approachable and welcoming. I was able to expand my knowledge and learn many skills. The competitive environment was encouraging.
The placement was really good. You get treated like a first year graduate which is nice - they put you through college so you can study towards accountancy exams and really support you in the process. It can be quite long hours at times but overall i really enjoyed it
My placement has been full of learning opportunities. I had equal opportunities to graduate student working for PwC. I have had the pleasure of working for prestigious companies and alongside collaborative teams, who encouraged my development and growth within the firm. Overall it has been a great experience to work here.
I have really enjoyed my year at PwC, we were given training straight away when we joined so there wasn't any menial tasks like making coffee or photocopying so we got to take part in meaningful work quite quickly and there is a strong preference towards learning on the job and having a go at it. We also started the ACA exams quite early on so we were kept busy right from the start
From the beginning to end I greatly enjoyed working with PwC. The introduction and training allowed me to settled into my role really quickly in order to give me the skills to complete my job within my project. When put into my project all my colleagues were so helpful and allowed me to gain confidence in errors that I would of struggled with.
It was very good, I was straight into completing work for internal and external clients so wasn't wasting any time doing silly tasks. I was also given loads of opportunities to complete training in new softwares along with developing my knowledge in a number of programming languages which will benefit me in final year.
I jumped at the chance to partake in my short yet enjoyable internship at PwC as an audit intern. The experience taught me a lot about the workings of PwC as a company and gave me the opportunity to work out what it is like as an employee as I met many employees who had been working for PwC for many years
I thoroughly enjoyed the placement for its diversity of projects and opportunities, the collaborative team, and how engaging my responsibilities were. I was given the opportunity to learn new schools with guidance on how to apply these to the business. There were multiple projects with an opportunity to lead some mini-projects that would have lasting impact on the firm. The people made the day-to-day enjoyable and really set PwC apart as a nice company to work for.