PwC in Milton Keynes recruits close to 30 new graduates and students
PwC has welcomed 27 graduates and students into its Milton Keynes and South Midlands practice. Across the Midlands region, the professional services Firm has recruited 201 graduates and students.
This is a 7% increase on its 2015 intake and also includes 132 people in its Birmingham practice in the West Midlands and 42 in its Castle Donington office in the East Midlands. The roles are spread across the Firm’s assurance, tax, consulting and deals businesses. They include graduate level positions, undergraduate business placements, internships and higher apprenticeships.
Matt Hammond, regional chairman at PwC in the Midlands, said:
“Welcoming our new graduates and undergraduates to PwC in the Midlands is always one of the highlights of the year. With over 1,600 staff already across the region, we’re passionate about promoting the Midlands as a fantastic place to live and work. We are delighted that the class of 2016 is drawn largely from the Midlands’ high calibre universities. We’re committed to investing in our next generation of talent and supporting them through their career development. Increasingly we are selecting students who want to join the firm straight after their A levels.”
Ruby Parmar, the senior partner for PwC in Milton Keynes and the South Midlands, said:
“We’re proud of the client and career experience we can offer, so we’re delighted to welcome so many new students and graduates to our Milton Keynes office. We’re already looking to next year’s recruitment drive and are working with local schools and universities, including the University of Buckingham. We would encourage anyone who is interested to find out more about our graduate and school leavers programmes."