What are my mobility options?
We have an extensive international network across PwC Europe and PwC Global. We encourage our people to discover new cultures and new ways of working. We offer secondments of up to two years and can assist with long-term relocation to PwC offices abroad. We’ll support you every leg of the journey!
If you decide you’d like to broaden your skill set, we encourage you to explore the possibilities within other PwC departments and services.
Can I start working at PwC when I’m still studying?
It would be great to welcome you even sooner, but in a lot of cases, PwC jobs require you to have completed your final studies before you start. But don’t worry, you don’t have to have graduated yet to apply! Most candidates apply when they are still doing their finals. There are some exceptions. For exceptional students, obviously.
Are there other PwC positions that aren’t listed on the website, like Legal Consultant?
Dag Helena, are there also international working opportunities for Legals without a Tax background?
We offer different career possibilities for graduates with a Law degree. You can apply for a position within PwC Legal, our independent law firm, if you have no specific interest in our tax departments. There, we have several departments: employment law, corporate & commercial law, real estate, tax litigation, etc.
Should you however have an interest in tax, but you think you don’t have the right background, we can discuss if an extra master/postgraduate in tax (for example, in evening courses) is necessary prior to your start date.
What kind of study and specialisation we need to work in the Tax & Legal department ?
There are people with many different study backgrounds in our Tax & Legal department. From a bachelor in Accountancy to a Master in Notary Law, we are open to various degrees but here are some of the most common degrees required to work in our Tax & Legal Department : bachelor/master in Accounting, Taxation, Law, Business Administration or Business Engineering, Economics, ...
When you apply for a vacancy online, you will always find the degree requirements in the job description.