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|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by ExpertNLer: 4:11pm On Jan 25, 2019|
so they have started sending invites for this recruitment? or you are talking about a previous one
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 4:30pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Would you like to get your facts right? And probably fix your anchoring bias! Someone above 25! Is he/she less than 26? For what role? Advisory (with experience) or GT? Is it for the tax apprenticeship initiated last year (with specified age cap of 28)? As much as I know, the PwC GT does not really focus on whether the candidate has BS, MS or PhD (all treated as one).
And you do not have to use words like "foolish" here. Try to be mature and be as open as possible (in explaining your views). If you have an experience where the facts fit what we have here then share sincerely. We learn everyday!
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 4:37pm On Jan 25, 2019|
ExpertNLer:Pls, what should I put at the work experience section. I do not av work experience related to Tax and Assurance.
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 4:54pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Put in your relevant work experience even if it is teaching Yoruba Language in a primary school . If you have no experience, put your NYSC experience. You do not need to have tax, assurance or finance experience. PwC wants only your good brain and self! You will learn everything you need to know on the job.
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 5:07pm On Jan 25, 2019|
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by TheRealAdonye(m): 6:08pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Yeah, mail me
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by TheRealAdonye(m): 6:09pm On Jan 25, 2019|
How that side?
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 6:13pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Baba, we dey push am o...doing my best; hustle is real, but we thank God for His mercies! Trust you guys all doing great!
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Nobody: 6:52pm On Jan 25, 2019|
First its not about degree. Its about age.
Someone said the max age is 26. That regret mail is sent immediately. I tried explaining that it is not always so because someone was passed that age and did not get such.
Secondly, "foolish" is not referred to anyone but to the persistent effort of the individual being quoted trying to be sarcastic.
Wish all well. You are all correct!
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|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by OpiAnooo: 8:06pm On Jan 25, 2019|
@funkystanl please I'm applying for the Advisory Role and I would be finishing my Service in March and one of the requirements stated under Advisory is a 1 year cognate post experience which wasn't stated in the Tax & Assurance graduate program and Advisory is my interest , so I would like to know if I can apply or wait till next opportunity. I would love a sincere answer. I met other requirements except the 1 year post NYSC cognate experience caveat
Thanks in anticipation
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 8:40pm On Jan 25, 2019|
You can only apply for the tax & assurance graduate program. If advisory is your interest, just chill till next year. The 1 year post NYSC experience is a strict requirement for the advisory role.
On another note, if I am to advise you as a bro/sis, I will say you should apply for the tax/advisory program...hopefully you get recruited. After one year or thereabout with the firm, with good performance you can make a move to advisory. However, this is contingent on the advisory LOS/BU business needs.
With the way things are in Naija there's usually a slim chance of getting that job that will give you the required 1 year experience, except of course, if you are already sure of getting one. So why not spread your risk?
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|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by frapzkid: 10:16pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Ahh thanks for this Info ohhh, applied for advisory insead
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by OpiAnooo: 11:24pm On Jan 25, 2019|
Thanks @funkystanl that was very helpful, my answers cleared.
Please I'm asking on behalf of a friend
He said is it possible to withdraw ones application after submitting under "Tax/Assurance" and reapply for Advisory after discovering what it entails and would prefer it over tax/assurance.
How should he go about it after submitting under Tax , should he send a mail to @felicia indicated during the application infos or he should just withdraw the submission if it is possible so he doesn't end up applying for the 2 so as not disqualify himself.
Please help out our elders. Error has been made so please help out please, it's solution that you can help proffer
Thanks for Nairaland and elders who are keen to be of help. The hustle is not easy , hustle from application process
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 3:18am On Jan 26, 2019|
Not sure I have a clear answer to this. Ordinarily I'd think withdrawing the application for tax/assurance and applying for advisory should be fine. But aint sure how this works. @TheRealAdonye may have a better view
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by OpiAnooo: 4:51am On Jan 26, 2019|
Alright @Funkystal I would be expecting feedback from @TheRealAdeonye
And it wont be a crime creating another homepage account with his other mail right since it's a programmed chatbot that sent the mail of submission? He is only trying to see other options cos he is worried and won't want to be disqualified before the recruitment begins at all.
Thanks to you all
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by conqueror221: 8:04am On Jan 26, 2019|
Pls can someone clarify me, wat is the difference between tax assurance and advisory role.. This one everyone is rushing to advisory. I av already applied for tax and assurance though
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by martinsfm(m): 8:08am On Jan 26, 2019|
conqueror221:advisory requires 1year cognate experience. Tax doesnt..
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Kokeyrulez(m): 11:23am On Jan 26, 2019|
It's not a false rumor. You can't come in at 30 and be under senior associate that entered 2 years ago at 24. The possibility is there that you'll undermine the person.
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by joashette: 11:56am On Jan 26, 2019|
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Kokeyrulez(m): 12:44pm On Jan 26, 2019|
joashette:I'm not quite sure but I think it's the end of the FY(June 30).
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by funkystanl(m): 12:56pm On Jan 26, 2019|
@Kokeyrulez true stuff though. At 30 most people are getting close to or even managers in PwC. I used to have a manager back then who was 27.
The cut off should be at the time of application (not sure and this may still be subjected to human scrutiny). I think the application has the age bracket already. The age should be the age as at last birthday.
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Lordseyad(m): 7:53pm On Jan 26, 2019|
Done with the application !
But PYC Kenya was the one that notified me o
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by theAccountant(m): 8:04pm On Jan 26, 2019|
I'll like to know if it is possible to switch department if I get in. My interest is in advisory, but it requires one year experience which I don't have, can I join audit then later switch to advisory? And what will it take me to make the switch?
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by frapzkid: 8:16pm On Jan 26, 2019|
Lordseyad:It was the same for everyone, calm down and wait for online test invite around Feburary ending
|Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Lordseyad(m): 8:22pm On Jan 26, 2019|
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