In Economics Consulting you’ll advise high‑profile clients in the public and private sectors, providing economic insights and evidence to help inform their business decisions and shape their organisations. Our work addresses the most complex business and policy issues facing our clients, whether it’s navigating competition and commercial disputes; shaping efficient and competitive markets; providing macroeconomic forecasts; or appraising framing and delivering big investments.
Female talent is currently underrepresented in our industry with only 21% of equity partners at PwC being female. Although in 2020 40% of our equity partner promotions and 44% our graduate intake were female there’s still work to be done. Through our Women in Business programme you’ll complete a 3-day virtual programme, which could lead to an offer of an internship or 11 month placement if you’re in your first year or a graduate role if you’re in your penultimate year. Open to all first year students on a three-year degree or penultimate year students regardless of gender. We’re looking for students who are seeking an experience in professional services.
What you'll do
During this three-day paid programme you’ll get an insight into what a career at PwC could look like. You’ll virtually meet mentors and buddies who’ll represent the variety of opportunities available across PwC. You’ll meet some of our Female colleagues to hear about their own personal career journeys, as well as from some of our networks focussed on Diversity and Inclusion. Through interactive sessions the programme will help you to develop confidence in a business setting and encourage you to bring your whole self to the workplace. At PwC, we nurture an environment where our people can be the best they can be. Our Women in Business programme will be a 3-day paid programme which will be run virtually in Summer 2021.
What you'll need
You'll need to be on course for a 2.1 degree or above in an Economics related subject. We determine whether you're on course for a 2.1 based on the grades you achieved in your last completed year of academic study.
You'll need to be a first year undergraduate university student on a three-year degree course; or
You'll need to be a first year undergraduate university students on a four-year degree expecting to do a work placement in your third year; or
You'll need to be a second year undergraduate university students on a four-year degree course
Do you need a work permit?
Please note that PwC is unable to sponsor candidates for certain graduate roles as the Home Office's eligibility criteria will not be satisfied. For more information visit our work permit section of the website.
When to apply
The deadline for applications is 19th March 2021
The deadline for online assessments is 26th March 2021
Assessment centres will take place in May 2021
Line of Service
Women in business in Economics Consulting
Entry Route Group
Diversity in business