KPMG is one of the largest professional services firms in the world and one of the Big Four auditors, along with Deloitte, Ernst & Young (EY) and PwC. Its global headquarters is located in Amstelveen, Netherlands. KPMG employs 138,000 people and has three lines of services: audit, tax, and advisory. Its advisory services are further divided into three main categories - Risk & Compliance, Performance & Technology, and Transaction & Restructuring services.
The KPMG graduate scheme
At KPMG, we pride ourselves on being experts across Audit, Tax and Advisory. For clients, it means we can provide exceptional service. And for you, it means we're able to offer exciting graduate opportunities that all come with great training, support and guidance.
Advisory - Advisory is just what you’d expect – we advise clients on their most pressing business challenges. So whether you’re consulting on organisational change, ambitious growth strategies or cyber security, there’ll be every opportunity for you to flex your intellect and analytical skills.
Audit - The 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.
Tax - A 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. As you’ll often be tackling challenges that are at the heart of client organisations, it’s your opportunity to develop commercial insight and valuable technical skills, whilst studying for recognised professional qualifications.
What you need:
KPMG would like to hear from graduates with at least a 2:1 degree in any discipline. And, once you've applied, you can expect a response on the next working day. As a general rule, you'll be expected to meet the following requirements:
- Minimum grade B GCSE* Maths and minimum grade B GCSE* English
- Minimum of 320 UCAS Tariff points* (or 26 UCAS points)
- Minimum 2:1 degree in any discipline.
Please note, that we only consider a candidate's 'top' 3 A-level grades and do not accept General Studies. *or equivalent