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PwC NZ Graduate Programs & Internships

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PwC NZ Summer Internships & Graduate Programme

At PwC, the future of work looks a lot like you.

Every day more than 328,000 PwC people in 152 countries work hard to build strong relationships with others and understand the issues and aspirations that drive them.
In New Zealand, PwC employs over 1,700 people and has offices in the Auckland, Waikato, Hawke's Bay, Wellington and Canterbury regions.

Why join PwC?

When you start a career at PwC, you’re joining a community of solvers who are encouraged and empowered to bring their  own experience and ideas to how we respond to the fundamental changes and complex challenges we see in the world today.

We’re investing in you and you’re investing in us. That’s why we’re extremely active in motivating and supporting our people by offering a flexible working culture, endless learning and development opportunities and competitive, inclusive benefits. These are designed to help you work and live to your full potential.

Explore on our website to find out more about how we’ll develop you.

How do I join the team?

Ready to join our team as an intern or graduate? As an intern, you'll need to be a New Zealand or Australian citizen or resident, or hold a valid work visa for full-time employment in New Zealand during the Summer Internship programme. We're pretty flexible on the discipline you're studying, as long as you're working towards a degree-level qualification and have completed your first year of undergraduate study. Be ready to dive into real-world projects from November to February!

If you're a graduate, we're looking for New Zealand or Australian citizens or residents, or those with a valid work visa for full-time employment in New Zealand at the start of our graduate programme. You should have completed a relevant undergraduate degree within the three years prior to the programme's commencement in February 2025. We're open to various disciplines, so check out our Business Units for more information. Don't miss out on the opportunity to apply when our applications open on 4 March across all our offices in New Zealand.

So, what are you waiting for?

Launch your career with a human-led, tech-powered community of solvers.

Be a part of The New Equation.

Recruitment Process


First step in the process is Why PwC?

As part of getting ready to apply to PwC, be ready to tell us why you’ve chosen us and in which part of the business you want to work.

Application form

To apply, you’ll need all the usual stuff (CV, academic transcript etc) for your application form, and we’ll also want to know all about you. Success at PwC isn’t just about your grades - let us know about your hobbies, your achievements and the things that you’re passionate about. 

Please read the Summer Internship or Graduate Programme FAQs before applying. It's important that you don't apply for more than one role. We'll ask you for your first, second and third choices.

Check out which part of the business you want to work in to find out further information about the business units before applying.This will give you a really good understanding of what each area does.

Our roles fill quickly so please get your application in as soon as possible.

Assessment and video interview

At this step we’ll ask you to do some online testing and a video of yourself answering some questions.

For the video interview we recommend using the STAR method:

  • Situation - clearly set the context and provide a brief description of a situation where you demonstrated a specific capability.
  • Task - provide a brief description of the task that you were required to undertake to address the situation.
  • Action - describe the actions that you took to resolve the situation. This is the most important part of your answer.
  • Results - share an achievement statement that provides the evidence that your actions were effective and this should include the outcome.

And don’t forget to breathe - you got this!

Please complete these steps of the application process as soon as possible.

Business leader interview

The final step will be a conversation with a business leader. This is about making sure that we’re a good fit for each other.

As much as we’re interviewing you, you’re also interviewing us - so make sure you have your questions ready, particularly about the specific business area you want to work with.

For the interviews we recommend using the STAR method again.

Just be yourself - you got this!

The outcome

If we’re a good match, we'll verbally offer you a role and then send you a contract - woohoo!

If you're unsuccessful after the business leader interview, then we’ll let you know and give you the opportunity to ask for feedback. We know you’ve invested time in our process and we do appreciate it.

Check out our How to apply page for more details of our recruitment process.

Remuneration & Career Growth

PwC offers Interns and Graduates a salary that is competitive with industry standards. As an Intern or Graduate at the start it is all about gaining experience but once you ascend to more senior positions, you will have further opportunities to be rewarded for your performance through salary increases, bonuses and other incentive schemes.

In addition to the day-to-day things that build our culture – such as fresh fruit in the office, our network groups that celebrate our diversity, and recognition events – we also offer competitive pay, support your professional development and cover a number of benefits so you don’t have to. That’s in addition to the great opportunities that come from working at one of the most recognised professional services brands in the world, including getting to work with leaders in the industry and delivering purpose-led, innovative work.

  • Flexible working arrangements – choose a way that works for you
  • “Dress for your day” – flexible dress code
  • The option to purchase an additional two weeks of leave
  • Discounted health insurance
  • Once you become a Graduate you are entitled to the Wellbeing allowance - $250 per year for you to spend on your own wellbeing 
  • Opportunities, training resources and in-role time to contribute to solving community and societal issues through the PwC Foundation's core programmes aimed at child welfare through education (Toitoi and FLiP) Access to our dedicated social club, offering various sporting, cultural and family events
  • Personal travel and accommodation discounts
  • Access to our many community groups like the Manukura Practice, Pacific Village or Shine (LGBTI+)
  • Generous, flexible and inclusive parental leave - 18 weeks paid plus 34 weeks unpaid for all parents, which can be taken within a 24 month period
  • Life and income continuance insurance
  • Extras – choose a wide variety of discounted services and products from our suppliers
  • Graduation leave

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Auckland, Canterbury, Hawke's Bay, Waikato, Wellington
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
Business & Management
Engineering & Mathematics
IT & Computer Science
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
General Skills & Pathways
Medical & Health Sciences
Current Jobs & Opportunities

Graduate Job

At PwC, our Audit team is at the forefront of helping businesses build trust through their reported financial and non-financial information.
Applications Close
30 May 2024
Start Date
10 Feb 2025
NZD 56,000 - 60,000 / Year

One off working from home payment, Wellbeing allowance, Corporate deals, Sign on bonus

Graduate Job

We play a vital role in helping businesses succeed and expand, both locally and globally.
Applications Close
30 May 2024
Start Date
10 Feb 2025
NZD 56,000 - 62,000 / Year

One off working from home payment, Wellbeing allowance, Corporate deals, Sign on bonus


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