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1Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Sunil Thakar, E&YAnthony Takyi, PWCNing Hao, KPMGKristina Woodin, DeloiiteKwok Au, DeloitteChair: Prof. Chris Napier
2Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Sunil Thakar, E&YChair: Prof. Chris Napier
3Ernst & Young Sunil Thakar Senior Consultant, Advisory Brief introduction on who you are, what you studied at RHUL, what you do now and when you joined EY.Sunil ThakarSenior Consultant, AdvisoryRoyal Holloway, 24 October 2012
4EY Global Areas Japan EMEIA Americas Asia-Pacific 167,000 people - Provide brief overview on who EY is and what we do- A few years ago, EY made the move to become one of the most globally integrated firms in the world by capturing our firm in 4 global areasMeans we can deliver a more global and holistic service to our clientsMeans better opportunity for our staff including secondment opportunities167,000 people140 countriesEurope, Middle East, India & Africa
5UK&I - Our offices Number of offices UK 19 Ireland / IOM 6 Total 25 InvernessAberdeenGlasgowEdinburghNewcastleBelfastDouglasLeedsHullManchesterDublinLiverpoolNottinghamLimerickBirminghamCambridgeWaterfordCorkReadingLutonBristolLondon (MLP & Becket)ExeterSouthampton
6Our global strategyNo matter which office you join, any country in the world, our global strategy is to achieve market leadershipIt’s built on 3 pillars: People, Quality, GrowthThe 3 pillars works from left to right – all starts with getting the right people, which leads to top quality then growth
7Recent achievements 2012 BITC Big Tick Best VAT tax team, LexisNexis Taxation Awards 2012The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2012Stonewall's 2012 'Employer of the Year‘,1st in the Workplace Equality IndexTarget Awards Best Employer BrandTax Team of the Year, Scottish Accountancy Awards 2012TAS – Best Financial Advisor Award 2012BITC Big TickBusiness In The Community: We have received a BITC Big Tick Award in the ‘ways2work category’ which focuses on our sustainable travel strategy and how it connects with flexible working. We were particularly commended for our levels of commitment, use of new technologies, active feedback mechanisms and clear regular communication with our stakeholders2. Best VAT tax team, LexisNexis Taxation Awards 2012In May 2012, our Tax team has won Best VAT team in this year's prestigious LexisNexis Taxation awards.3. The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2012Awarded in April. This recognition reflects the great work that the firm is doing to promote gender diversity. It also recognises the contribution made by the EY Women’s Network, who provide development opportunities for their members and great engagement with our clients and the wider community.4. Stonewall's 2012 'Employer of the Year‘Extremely proud to be named Stonewall's 2012 'Employer of the Year', coming 1st in the annual Workplace Equality Index that showcases the UK’s top 100 public and private sector employers for gay, lesbian, and bisexual staff. The firm also topped Stonewall’s inaugural ‘Global Best Practice Index’.In addition, the EY Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Network (EYGLES) was again named a Stonewall 'Star Performer Network Group'.Also mention we grew the most out of the Big 4 last FY (10% growth even in this climate)
8Transaction Advisory Services Service LinesAssuranceAccountingFinancial ReportingExternal Audit ServicesFIDSAdvisoryPerformance ImprovementRiskIT Risk & AssuranceFinancial Services AdvisoryTaxBusiness TaxHuman CapitalIndirect TaxInternational TaxTransaction TaxTransaction Advisory ServicesLead AdvisoryRestructuringOperational TransactionTransaction TaxShare some stories of the work you’ve done here
9Sectors we work with Asset Management Banking and Capital Markets InsuranceTechnologyTelecommunicationsMedia and EntertainmentMining and MetalsAutomotiveReal EstateConsumer ProductsRetailPharmaceuticalOil and GasPower and UtilitiesCentral and local governmentShare about some of the clients we work withOur clients around the world expect to be served by professionals who combine technical skills with a thorough understanding of their industry operating processes, growth drivers, regulatory considerations, and market dynamics.By increasing our investment in Industry Sectors, we are strengthening our ability to meet this expectation.Globally, we are providing specialised services and resources to 26 Industry Sectors, and differentially investing in 13 – our Principal Industry Sectors. These 14 Sectors represent our strongest opportunity for growth in our chosen markets.By investing in these 14 Principal Sectors, we are committed to rapidly expanding our capacity to deliver the most relevant knowledge, services, and resources to our Priority Accounts.Each of our 14 Principal Industry Sectors is supported by a Global Industry Centre which acts as the hub of a global network of EY professionals serving that industry. Two of these centres are located in NEMIA – Asset Management and Consumer Products.The Centres have five key priorities:Networking of Client Service PartnersAccount involvement, primarily OCAsTailoring Anchor platformsGlobal thought leadership, marketing and brandingKnowledge and learning.
11How many get through? Applications 33% First Interviews INSTRUCTIONSApply a pattern fill to text slides created with a grey background by changing the design template.How to change design template:Format menu > Slide Design… > Design TemplateChoose the desired design and use the dropdown option to select Apply to Selected Slides.PATTERNS SHOULD NOT BE USED WITH THE WHITE BACKGROUNDUpdate the Presentation title and Date from the Header and Footer… option from the View menu.How many get through?ApplicationsFirst InterviewsAssessment Centres Offer33%60%To warm everybody up – play a guessing game –How many people get through to the next stage after they have submitted their application form?How many people get through to the next stage after they have had their first round interview?How many people do E&Y make offers to after the assessment centre?Applications and 1st interviews are the most difficult hurdles to overcome, even though assessment centres are perceived as “scarier.”
12The Ernst & Young Process Online application form – 2 partsOnline psychometric testStrengths-based InterviewAssessment centreINSTRUCTIONSApply a pattern fill to text slides created with a grey background by changing the design template.How to change design template:Format menu > Slide Design… > Design TemplateChoose the desired design and use the dropdown option to select Apply to Selected Slides.PATTERNS SHOULD NOT BE USED WITH THE WHITE BACKGROUNDUpdate the Presentation title and Date from the Header and Footer… option from the View menu.Online application – 2 parts:Part 1 – Taleo online applicationJust asks for your details e.g. Work history, academic history, personal details etcPart 2 – Strengths AssessmentReal life scenarios where you’re asked for your responseTwo type of questions – multiple choice or where you’re asked to rank your answer
13Qualities employers look for Intellectual SkillsInterpersonal SkillsMotivationMaturityIndividualityThis is something that you should be thinking about at every stage of the application process, both on the application form and in the interviews. Keeping this question in mind will ensure that everything you tell the company about yourself is tailored, matching your skills and abilities to those valued by the firm. It would be all too easy to write an essay about all your wonderful achievements and qualifications, but if they aren’t used to demonstrate that you would be an asset to the firm, the employer be that interested.Most graduate recruiters are looking for broadly similar skills, although you should you use your knowledge of the company, its values, and your understanding of the industry as a whole, to assess which qualities will be important to that particular employer. For example, Accountants will stress academic qualifications because of the correlation between success in A levels and the Professional exams. In contrast, Marketing & PR may emphasise creativity or written skills as more important.Furthermore, each employer will have specific requirements particular to their area of work and the importance of these will vary according to the type of work involved. For example at EY, certain qualities valued in the audit service line may be slightly different to those looked for in corporate finance.When preparing your application, you should think about what qualities you think the employer is looking for, and more specifically what is required by the role you’re applying for.Other qualities? Intellectual skills are made up of a number of concepts, such as the level and type of ability, creativity and judgement. The interviewer is looking for:Creativity to argue from principle – clarity, consistency, and rationale of thought processEvidence of an interviewee using initiativeThe ability to make decisions – can demonstrate leadership, ability to act under pressure etc.So you need to be able to look at yourself , give opinions and to explain the reasoning behind the choices you have made, for example, why you chose your degree subject or type of work experience you undertook.These are particularly important skills. Very few careers are solitary and desk bound, most will require communication with clients, customers and colleagues. Even when working on an individual project, the job will necessitate you communicating your results to others.Interpersonal SkillsYou need to be able to work efficiently in a range of social and work situations with a variety of people.How can this be judged? Your behaviour in the interview itself will form only part of the assessment, but the ease with which you communicate with the interviewer is important, as is your body language. Most roles will involve situations where you are required to communicate with a complete stranger in a professional capacity, often much more senior than you. The interviewer is also a complete stranger. How you behave with them will be an indicator of your ability to act in a professional yet relaxed way with clients, colleagues and third parties.You may be assessed on your communication and influencing skills. Examples:How did you get on the committee of X society?What approach did you adopt in persuading others to help you with this venture?This is a crucial part of any interview. A trained interviewer will analyse particular areas of your earlier life to see why something interested you and how you applied yourself.Motivation and CommitmentIt also involves perseverance, stamina and persisting level of energy, which a person brings to their pursuit of career ambitions and interest. You could say that it equals Finishing Power.Demonstrating motivation and commitment is an indicator that you will be committed to projects and clients, and will undertake all tasks with consistent enthusiasm and quality. The lessons learned through perseverance and overcoming challenges are often the most important.How did you set about achieving your A levels gradesE.g. of questionsHow did you keep going given the difficulties you faced?Academic achievementGCSE Grade B minimum Maths & English and 300 UCAS points at A-levelA 2:1 degree (or predicted)Intellectual skillsThe ability to make decisions and use initiativeBusiness awarenessInterpersonal skillsAbility to lead and motivateTeam working skillsMotivationDesire for the jobEnergy & drive to succeedMaturityCommitment & integrity
14Your STRENGTHS and BRAND Consider yourself as a brandWhat are your Unique Selling Points?What do you want to be known for?How can you make your application stand out?Consider your strengths and USPs and how you can best demonstrate these in an application
15YouDescribe the most significant achievements that you have attained over the last 2 years which you feel differentiates you from your peersTry to think beyond the demands of your degreeNot just about academic
17Programmes at Ernst & Young First yearPenultimate YearFinal YearIndustrial PlacementYesSummer InternshipInsight DayLeadership AcademyGraduate ProgrammeIndustrial Placement – 12 monthsSummer Internship – 6 weeksInsight Day – one day in the officeLeadership Academy – 3 day insight programme to improve their personal impact, leadership skills and presentation skills etc.Graduate Programme – starts in September
18Ernst & Young requirements Grade A or B for GCSE Maths and English language300 (24) UCAS points2.1 Degree (or predicted) in any disciplineSome roles require higher academic qualifications and specific degree backgroundsMitigating circumstances are considered
19Research! Come see us - events Apply online Next steps Academic achievementGCSE Grade B minimum Maths & English300 UCAS points at A-level2:1 degree (or predicted) in any discipline
20Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Kristina Woodin, DeloiiteKwok Au, DeloitteChair: Prof. Chris Napier
22Who is Deloitte?As the world’s leading provider of professional services, here in the UK, our 13,000 people all work together to deliver our ambitious vision for the future. We aim to stand out within our markets by having the greatest impact on the reputation and success of our clients. To achieve this we offer advice and services across each of our business areas:AuditTaxConsultingCorporate FinanceDeloitte has a combination of service lines and distinct industry groups to suit the market.Within each Service Line graduates/ undergraduates are able to work with clients in a variety of Industry sectors and they are able to specialise as they progress.
23Key factsOver£2bnin revenueRanked in the Sunday Times Best Big Companies to Work for14,000Employees in the UK£1.7 million invested in our Disability Sport Programme£24.5mInvested inlearning and developmentOffices in23locations181,000employeesgloballyDeloitte have come2nd in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers for the 7th consecutive year715Partners inthe UK
24Our mission“Our vision is to be the Distinctive Firm, standing out in our markets through the impact we have on the reputation and success of our clients. In pursuing this purpose, Deloitte contributes to a sustainable and prosperous society.”David Sproul - CEOWe will achieve our vision through actions which:Build distinctive client relationships;Secure market leadership in more industries, regions, platforms and services;Reinforce a global approach;Create a high performance environment;Continue to embed quality and integrity;Demonstrate leadership in all areas of responsible business.
25What areas do we recruit into: ScholarsBrightStartSVSIPGraduateNo Service Line office only.School leaverActuarialAnalytic and Forensic technologyActuarial & PensionsConsultingAuditAnalytic and Forensic TechnologyCorporate FinanceAudit – Financial ServicesProfessional ServicesConsulting - TechnologyEnterprise Risk Services – ControlsConsulting -StrategyIndirect tax ConsultingNational Solutions centreNational Solutions CentreReorganisation ServicesRisk ConsultingTax DepreciationTaxTechnology EEM PlacementScholarsBright startSVSIPFTGNo service line – location onlySchool LeaverActuarialAnalytic and Forensic technologyActuarial & PensionsConsultingAuditAnalytic and Forensic TechnologyCorporate FinanceAudit – Financial ServicesProfessional ServicesConsulting - TechnologyEnterprise Risk Services – ControlsConsulting -StrategyIndirect tax ConsultingNational Solutions centreNational Solutions CentreReorganisation ServicesRisk ConsultingTax DepreciationTaxTechnology EEM Placement
26Selection Process Audit, Tax, Corporate Finance, Actuarial Consulting (excluding Actuarial)Selection ProcessStage one: Online applicationSubmit application through our graduate websiteSubmit application through our graduate websiteStage two: Online testingOnline psychometric testing- numericalOnline psychometric testing- numericalStage three: E-tray DayE-tray exercise to take place on- lineE-tray exercise to take place on-lineStage four: First InterviewCompetency based InterviewCompetency based Interview, group exercise and case studyFast Track – not an option for any candidates requiring sponsorship and who are not on a student visa before 31st January 2013.Stage five: Final InterviewCompetency based interview & commercial awareness presentationCompetency based interview & commercial awareness presentationFast Track Option(Post E-tray)Fast track events allow candidate’s to complete the two final stages of the recruitment process on the same day. They can opt-in for the Fast Track process by discussing with their relevant gradate recruiter.
27What we look for – Competencies Be expressive, clear and concise and have the ability to quickly form relationships with others in a variety of situations.CommunicationAchievement of goalsShow the persistence and energy required to meet or exceed your objectives and well-defined goals and respond well to pressure.Commercial awarenessHave an interest in business and the knowledge of any current issues that may be impacting the chosen field.Demonstrate knowledge of what a career in a professional services firm involves, particularly in the chosen field. Being able to explain interest in these areas.Career MotivationPositive in the face of change and resourceful in responding to major changes.AdaptabilityAnalyse, distil and solve practical problems, generate new ideas and make sound judgements in complex situations. Successful at motivating others towards a particular course of action.Problem solvingTake responsibility for the completion of tasks and ensure that detail is not overlooked when involved in a project. Have good time management skills and prioritise tasks effectively.Organisational skills
28Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Ning Hao, KPMGChair: Prof. Chris Napier
29Graduate careers at KPMG Telling it like it isGraduate careers at KPMG
30Smart people Smart business Smart moves MenuSmart peopleSmart businessSmart moves
31It takes around 150,000 different kinds of smart to cut through the complexity of our world
32“Does my future look big in this?” What might your future look like if you get on a KPMG graduate programme?
34…But what do these things really mean? In a nutshell…We do…AUDITTAXADVISORY…But what do these things really mean?
35The fundamental role of an auditor is defined as “reporting on whether the annual accounts show ‘a true and fair view’ of the company’s financial activity and position to its shareholders”. That’s what makes audit so challenging.Audit
36A career in Tax involves working closely with a range of clients, developing a deep understanding of their commercial issues and finding approaches that make a real difference to their bottom line.Tax
37KPMG's Advisory practice is one of the largest advisory practices in the world and the major growth area for our organisation. We work alongside some of the world’s foremost organisations and our success stems from our ability to respond to a wide variety of critical business issues across a broad range of market sectors.Advisory
38A few of our clientsWe might not be a household name, but we know a lot of those who are…
40Management Consulting Transactions & Restructuring Which route’s for you?TaxBusiness AuditInvestment AdvisoryManagement ConsultingAudit MandarinJapan Practice in TaxRisk ConsultingPublic SectorPensions ActuarialTransactions & RestructuringAuditTax and pensionsAdvisory
41Do your research online Like what you’ve heard?Talk to our peopleDo your research onlineAnd get online
42Any Questions? For more information visit Hotline free onJoin our Talent CommunityFollow us: KPMGRecruitment
43Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Anthony Takyi, PWCChair: Prof. Chris Napier
44Who are PwC Royal Holloway Battle of the Big 4 (2 mins) Introduce yourself and the session saying a few words about what students can expect out of the session.
45Who we are“As professional advisers we help our clients solve complex business problems and aim to enhance their ability to add value, manage risk and improve performance.”Our business areas:“We’re passionate about making a difference for our clients and each other, constantly creating and adding value. That’s our brand promise.”Provide an overview of our six business areas using your own terminology and knowledge, explaining what we do as an organisation – this is the way they are marketed externally.Actuarial – Actuarial & Insurance Management Solutions (AIMS) and Human Resource Consulting.Assurance – includes core Assurance, Risk Assurance (split scheme) and Public Services.Consulting – different areas of consulting at PwC are Strategy, Management Consulting, Economics and Sustainability and Climate Change.Financial Advisory – areas include Valuations, Forensics, Corporate Finance (Mergers & Acquisitions, Infrastructure and government, BRS and Transactions Services.Tax – different areas of Tax are Corporate, Indirect and Human Resource Services ConsultingTechnology – Includes Technology Assurance (e.g. Data Assurance), IT Risk & Cyber Security, Business Systems Control, Forensics Technology Solutions, HR TechnologyThese areas show the range of services that we offer to our clients and is far wider than what people traditionally associate with an accountancy or professional services firm.
46PwC factsNumber one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for the last 9 years running3rd place in Rate My Placement awards beating our key competitorsOver 4,900 of our people took time out of their working day to take part in volunteering projects in 2011Consultancy of the Year at the 2011 Business Green Leaders AwardsOver full time and 700 intern positions for 2013This slide picks out some key facts about PwC which will be of interest to students:Highest of the Big 4 (are number 5) in the Times Tope 25 Best Big Companies to work for For the second year running, our Chairman has won the Most People Focused CEO, Private Sector in the HR Excellence Awards 2012.We are ranked in the Times Top 50 Employers for women. Ian Powell has become the thirtieth Chairman to sign up for the 30% Club, a group of organisations voluntarily committed to bringing more women on to UK boards. The 30% Club aims to improve the representation of women on boards by inspiring leaders to appoint more women to executive and non-executive director roles.Times top 100 grad employers- explain reasons as to why we are number one for the 9th year running: We help you develop and excel, endless possibilities, understand how we can make the workplace a better place to work.PwC UK won Consultancy of the year and the 211 Business Green Leaders AwardsFTSE- we have maintained a leading market share in FTSE 100 with 40%. Continuing to build our presence and profile in the market.Volunteering and community programmes- benefits the organisations we work with and also provides development and growth in key areas for our people. We are continuing work with SSE ( Schools for Social Entrepreneurs). One example- Recently developed a Fire Station to create a centre for social enterprise called Brigade, a bistro, wine bar, private dining and event facility that will provide opportunities for homeless and other vulnerable people to develop skills and qualifications. Please use your own personal experiences if appropriate.5th position in the Times Best Big Companies to work for 2012 (highest of the Big Four)The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2012Audit 40% of the FTSE 100
48Government & Public Sector About AssuranceCommonly known as AuditOur teams, audit the financial statements of a vast array of clients and get to know how businesses really operate. Graduates will conduct audits on client accounts and provide additional business advisory services, including performance measurement and corporate reporting.Professional qualification (ACA) training path with Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW or ICAS)Globally recognised professional qualification3 years to qualificationBlend of classroom and on the job learningThere are 4 areas:What you’ll need2.1 in any degree300+ UCAS tariffCore AssuranceGovernment & Public SectorPensions AuditRisk Assurance
49Human Resource Services Consulting About TaxOur tax teams help businesses and individuals make the right tax choices for themGraduates will provide tax advice on; mergers and acquisitions, treasury and finance, international structuring, indirect tax, expatriate tax and tax compliance.Professional qualification (ACA) training path with Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW or ICAS)Globally recognised professional qualification3 years to qualifyBlend of classroom and on the job learningThere are 3 areas:What you’ll need2.1 in any degree300+ UCAS tariffCorporate TaxHuman Resource Services ConsultingIndirect Tax
50About ActuarialOur teams help our clients manage and mitigate the wide range of risks their businesses face. These include looking at life insurance, general insurance and looking at pensions and benefits.You’ll study to become fellow of the Institute of ActuariesGlobally recognised professional qualification4 years to qualify. The average outside is 6 years.Blend of classroom and on the job learningThere are 3 areas:What you’ll need2.1 in any degreeB at Maths A-level320+ UCAS tariffActuarial and Insurance Management SolutionsHuman Resource ConsultingActuaries in Executive Reward Consulting
51About ConsultingOur teams offer advice and strategies that help clients grow their businesses and help to guide clients through major transactions, operational changes and strategic decisions.No exam pathStraight into working on client projectsFormal structured development programme for 2 yearsYou can join:What you’ll need2.1 in any degree for Management Consulting, Strategy and Sustainability2.1 in an Economics related degree for EconomicsSustainability and Climate Change Consulting: Ideally a Masters in Environmental/Sustainable Development and a relevant first degree.340+ UCAS tariffMake a direct application to MC or specialise early in -Economic Consulting, Strategy Consulting or Sustainability and Climate Change ConsultingManagement ConsultingEconomic ConsultingStrategy ConsultingSustainability and Climate ChangeRisk Consulting
52About Financial Advisory Our teams help guide clients through events such as major transactions, operational changes and strategic decisions. The work here is fast-paced, exciting and fun making or saving money for our clients.Professional qualification (ACA) training path with Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW or ICAS) however Corporate Finance Infrastructure and Government doesn’t follow a professional exam route.Globally recognised professional qualification3 years to qualifyBlend of classroom and on the job learningThere are 5 areas:What you’ll need2.1 in any degree300+ UCAS tariffBusiness Recovery ServicesCorporate Finance, Infrastructure & GovtForensic ServicesValuationsTransaction Services
53About TechnologyOur teams help organisations unlock the value of technology. Making sure they have the right systems, structures and processes in place to achieve their objectives. Ensure their overall IT strategy is aligned with their future business goals.No exam pathExpert training and the chance to specialise in a sought after discipline4 different areas of specialism to choose fromExpertise covers everything from IT Strategy, design, enterprise applications, sourcing project managementWhat you’ll need2.1 in any degree260+ UCAS tariff (340 for Technology Consulting)Technology AssuranceTechnology ConsultingForensic Technology SolutionsHuman Resources Technology
54The dealInsert picture of the deal wheelSeptember 2012
56Selection process 2012-13 INSPIRED Talent Mainstream entry route RegisterOn-line testingOccupational Personality Questionnaire, Numerical and Logical (verbal for Actuarial)Application questionActuarialFinancial AdvisoryManagement ConsultingApplication questionCompetency and Inspired Talent QuestionsTelephone/Face to Face InterviewSpeaker NotesThis slide outlines the general recruitment process that we use.Actuarial, Financial Advisory, Management Consulting – includes application questions for FY13 if successful at online testsUPDP are outside of this selection process.Teach First applicants will need to apply to both us and Teach First’s selection process.On boarding includes: PwC Embark, Facebook, Newsletters and Preview events.Assessment DayTests, written and group exerciseFinal interviewOfferOnboarding
57Our brand promiseYour career is just that, yours. You choose it. You live it. You make it happen. To get the best from it, you need the best opportunities. That’s why opportunities are at the heart of a career with us.Don’t read out – just let the message sink in.Our offer to you...To be part of the world’s leading professional services network and enjoy the benefits that come with that.Work directly with big name clients where you’ll get to grips with the value they’re looking for by getting into the detail.Provide an environment where you’ll be able to explore new opportunities, to help you grow and find your niche.Give you access to be best learning and development around. Every graduate enjoys a structured career programme, and many join career paths that involve study towards a professional qualification.Opportunities for you to grow as an individual, to build lasting relationships and make an impact in a place where people, quality and value mean everything.
58Teach FirstAn independent charity with a vision that no child’s educational success is limited by their socio-economic backgroundIntensive teacher training leading to Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)Opportunity to pursue a Masters qualificationOngoing leadership development, coaching, business training & skills workshopsAccess to professional development and network of supportersHow to apply:Register interest and complete an online application at2.1 degree | 300 UCAS points | Relevant degree and/or A-levels requiredContact XXX for more informationDeadline: 20 March 2013
59www.pwc.com/uk/careers www.facebook.com/PwCCareersUK Find out moreAll vacancies and our guide to employability is on our careers website – see link on slide.
61Royal Holloway Careers Service BATTLE OF THE BIG FOUR Sunil Thakar, E&YAnthony Takyi, PWCNing Hao, KPMGCraig Barnett, DeloiiteChair: Prof. Chris Napier
62Royal Holloway Careers Service CAREERS IN INVESTMENT BANKING Later this week:Accountancy – The QualificationsAccountancy – Alumni PanelFinancial Journalism RoundtableBank of England - ApplicationsRegister at Twitter.com/rhulbuscareers facebook.com/rhulbuscareers