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PwC’s 2019 Vacationer Program - Enterprise Digital

Sydney

As a Vacationer, you'll receive the opportunity to kick-start your career and apply what you've learnt at uni so far to the real-world.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship

Application dates

Applications Open
15 Oct 2018
Applications Close
19 Oct 2018

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science

Creating a meaningful career is important, but so is creating yourself. To do both, you need the right opportunities – to grow equally as a professional and an individual, and to make an impact in a community where creating positive difference matters.

The skills, experience and connections you will gain with PwC provide that opportunity. The rest is yours to create!

About the opportunity

As a Vacationer, you'll receive the opportunity to kick-start your career and apply what you've learnt at uni so far to the real-world. It's the ideal way to gain a unique insight into what areas of work you enjoy and what our culture is life, before graduating.

During the 3-8 week program, you will:

  • Develop your skill set through one-on-one coaching and mentoring
  • Undertake challenging client work and engagements
  • Attend networking events

About Enterprise Digital

Enterprise Digital delivers innovative, tech-driven solutions to our clients' important problems. Our diverse team of Software Engineers and Business Analysts work together to design, build and deploy custom products to bring greater automation to business processes. Rather than acting as traditional Consultants, the team work as technical specialists with a deep background in technology and advisory across Tax, Accounting or Legal.

About you!

You're in your second last year of uni, digitally-savvy, ready to learn, and have a passion for technology. Regardless of what or where you are studying, you're ready to embrace new opportunities and start creating your career.

Next steps

Applications are open now and will close on Friday, October 19. Upon submitting your application, you'll receive an invitation to complete 1 online assessment. Please ensure you complete within 3 days. We will also require you to attend an assessment centre.

Successful candidates must be available to start on Monday, November 26 2018. 

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui

  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui

  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui

  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui