PwC Graduate Programme

Applicants need to have the right to live and work in the country they are applying for
Denmark, Copenhagen

Graduate Programme Facts

  • Programme Duration: 12 - 24 Months
  • Area's: Finance, IT, Project Management, Data / Analytics, Audit, Accounting, Tax, Legal, Law, Sustainability, Corporate Finance, Economics, HR-consulting, Strategy, Business Transformation, Risk, Compliance, Financial Services
  • Rotations: None
  • International Rotations: No
  • Website: Link

Key Requirements

Fluent in English
Masters Degree
Applicants need to have the right to live and work in the country they are applying for
Not more than 24 months of full time work experience after having finished their education

PwC Graduate Programme

At PwC, you will experience a structured learning process, where you will be equipped with both practical experience and education. You will meet our clients early on in the programme, and take part in strengthening trust in society and solving important problems.

A strong community is a crucial part of our culture.At PwC, we collaborate across teams and functions. Therefore, we have an extensive focus on relationship and team building where you join communities and strengthen your network with colleagues. This way, we believe that you will have the best start to your career and working life.

We offer graduate programmes in all of our business areas, so you can choose a career path according to your professional background and interests.This means that you have the opportunity to specialize within your field while building a strong network across our business areas and market segments.

Graduate Programme
Open: January 8 Close: February 18 Start: August 14


  • Flexibility to Work from home
  • Paid phone and laptop
  • Employees discounts
  • Skills development (courses etc.)
  • Pension Plan
  • Social Gatherings
  • Health insurance

Application Process

1. You will be invited for an interview as soon as possible. If you are not invited for an interview, you will receive an electronic rejection after the application deadline. 2. At the interview, we will get to know you, your skills and preferences. Therefore, you complete a personality profile and skills test prior to the interview. 3). During the interview we will introduce you to PwC, the graduate programme and potential work assignments. We review your personality profile and skills test to see if there is a match - both for PwC and for you. 4. For some programmes, you may be asked to prepare a short case presentation prior to the interview. 5. Everyone who has been interviewed by PwC will receive a telephone response.

After the Program ends

You continue your career in PwC; either in the department where you started or maybe you have worked together with other departments on assignments you found to be more interesting – then it can be an option to change departments within PwC.