Community. Purpose. Impact. You.
Making an impact on growing global companies is one of the ways you can put your MBA to work at PwC. Among our many areas of deep industry expertise, there are opportunities to pursue your passions in the areas that best align with your background, strengths and future career goals. Becoming a consultant at PwC allows you to develop deeper expertise in your area of focus and establish yourself as a leader. You'll work with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to solve some of the world's most important problems.
MBA consulting Preview
Consulting Preview is an excellent opportunity for you to confirm your future career objectives and to become better acquainted with PwC’s consulting practice during this two-week internship experience. Throughout the internship, you’ll obtain practical experience and develop your consulting capabilities.
Consulting Preview is designed for students entering into their first year of business school, pursuing a Masters in Business Administration, and who self-identify as members of traditionally underrepresented minority groups in the professional services industry, protected veterans, and/or individuals with disabilities.
Our Analyst Relations (AR) program develops and expands relationships with leading business technology and industry analysts worldwide.
Find out what analysts are saying about us today and why we are positioned as the pre-eminent strategy through execution firm in the marketplace.
At PwC, we help companies build their next competitive advantage. Due to the quality, depth, and breadth of our services, our client relationships span companies ranging from the largest global multinationals to small and medium-sized enterprises.
We partner with our clients to improve business processes, transform their organizations and implement technologies needed to run their business. Major analyst organizations recognize our strength in helping our clients grow - check out recent analyst comments!
As a PwC professional within Advisory, you will interact with senior level clients, manage team tasks, create solutions and methodologies, as well as help develop proposals and thought leadership.
As an MBA graduate at PwC, you will embark on a consulting career within one of our broad industry areas in competencies including Customer, Delivering Deal Value, Finance, Operations, People & Organization, Risk, Technology, and Corporate Finance.
The Recruiting Process
During our recruiting process, you’ll get to know more about PwC, and we’ll get to know more about you. We’ll discuss your career path and the ways you can apply your academic and professional experiences to help our clients address interesting and complex business issues and opportunities.
Join our Talent Community to stay connected, learn more about PwC, career opportunities and events that interest you! Our talent community is a great place to tell us more about yourself and it helps recruiters find you if there’s an opportunity that aligns with your background, skills and interests.
Application Process: You will initially apply to one of our broad industry areas but through our interview and offer process MBAs are hired into a competency within those industries. This structure allows us to deliver valuable solutions to our clients.
Step 1: Visit our PwC Entry Level jobs site to view available MBA internship and full-time positions.
MBA students will apply to a Strategy&, combined Management Consulting, Risk Consulting, Technology Consulting, or a People & Org job posting and will be asked to rank both their Vertical preference and Horizontal preference (Management/Risk/Technology only).
Step 2: Submit your application
Step 3: When you apply, check that the opportunity for which you are interested is in your preferred location. As part of the application process you will be asked to confirm your top two preferred locations. When reviewing positions, click into the detailed job description and confirm that your first and/or second preferred office locations are listed under the Job Posting Location(s) section. Only looking to work in one specific PwC office? If so, select that office location for both your first and second location preference.
How do I search for available opportunities?
Visit pwc.to/entryleveljobs to view available positions. For example, to view open 2021 opportunities, navigate to the menu on the left, select Start Year, and choose “2021” or your preferred start year to view available roles.
Selecting your preferred work location
As part of the application process you will be asked to confirm your top two preferred locations. When reviewing positions, click into the detailed job description and confirm that your first and/or second preferred office locations are listed under the Job Posting Location(s) section. Only looking to work in one specific PwC office? If so, select that office location for both your first and second location preference.
Submitting your application
Review all opportunities then click on the link for the position(s) to which you’re interested. After reviewing the position(s) in further detail, select "Apply" if you would like to apply and submit your interest.
Will I need to provide a current resume?
When applying, you will be asked to upload a current resume.
Review our PwC Entry Level Visa Sponsorship Eligibility details prior to applying.
The MBA Interview Experience
Our recruiting process allows you to get a feel for our culture, our people and available opportunities. If you are selected for an interview, we’ll reach out to you to schedule live, virtual interviews with PwC professionals.
We leverage technology during the interview process to provide you with increased flexibility. All interviews conducted in 2021 will be conducted virtually.
Management/Risk/Technology - Selected individuals will be invited to complete three live virtual back to back interviews: two 45 minute behavioral/situational interviews to assess overall qualifications and competency strengths and one case assessment.
Strategy& - Selected individuals take part in three live virtual back to back 45 minute interviews. Each interview consists of a behavioral assessment and a case assessment.
Prepare for your interview
Our global career progression framework, the PwC Professional, is foundational to PwC and provides transparency on the skills and attributes needed to be successful at the firm.
Prepare for your interview by reviewing the PwC Professional’s five dimensions of leadership, including Whole leadership, Business acumen, Technical and digital, Global and inclusive, and Relationships. During the interview experience you will have an opportunity to showcase your educational background, skills and experiences.
Following the completion of interviews we aim to provide you with an offer decision within one week of your interview day.