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Women in Deal Advisory Insight Programme

Accounting, Tax & Audit, Financial Services, Consulting
22nd June 2018

Our Women in Deal Advisory Insight Programme has been designed to help you find out more about a career within Deal Advisory at KPMG. It will also allow you to meet the people who make our Deal Advisory practice an inspiring place to work.

During the three-day programme, you’ll meet people from the different Deal Advisory teams. . You’ll develop your commercial awareness and gain an understanding of the challenges businesses face across the deal and economic cycle.

You’ll find out what each team does for our clients, and how we help clients to deliver better results; whether that’s buying, selling, partnering, funding or fixing an organisation – you’ll learn how the Deal Advisory team offers clients the right strategy, support and insight.

You’ll also pick up valuable personal skills you can use across everything you do in the future. From making the best impact with new networks in meetings, events and interviews, to effectively managing tasks and projects, the skills you pick up could stay with you for a lifetime.

Most importantly, this is a fantastic opportunity to fast-track yourself through our recruitment process. Whilst on the programme, you’ll take part in an assessment, and if successful, secure your position on our Deal Advisory Vacation Programme for the following year.

Who’s it for?

Our Women in Deal Advisory Insight Programme is for students in their first year at university (or second year if you’re on a four year course). We’re looking for individuals from any degree discipline who are ambitious and passionate about a career in business.

As a general rule, you’ll be expected to meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum grade B GCSE* or 5-6 Maths
  • Minimum grade B GCSE* or 5-6 English Language 
  • Minimum of 300 UCAS Tariff points (120 UCAS points under the 2017 tariff point system)*
  • On track to achieve a 2:1 degree in any discipline*

(* or equivalent)

Please note, we only consider your ‘top’ three A-level grades and do not accept General Studies.

This is a three-day, non-residential course. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.