University internship opportunities (2023)

Discover your new career with PwC

PwC‘s internship programme is the first step in your career with PwC

Open to students in their first to fourth year of an undergraduate degree, this internship runs over a minimum of eight weeks during summer or winter break. This programme also offers an opportunity to secure a spot in our Graduate Programme.

Timelinefor Singapore University Recruitment Fair (SURF) 2022


Now till 4 Sep


15 Aug to 12 Sep


19 Sep to 21 Oct


By 28 Oct
Find out more about our recruitment process for university students Click here to access our e-brochure!

Why intern with us?

Start your career with a diverse community of solvers trusted by clients the world over

As one of the most highly regarded in the business community. PwC’s internship programme provides you with unparalleled opportunities to work alongside experienced professionals to develop new skills and qualities, put into practice what you’ve learnt at university and give you exposure to what working life is like at PwC.

What goes on during the internship?

During the program, you’ll undertake challenging and relevant work through client engagements, networking events and other exciting opportunities. Furthermore, to ensure that you’re equipped with all the knowledge and tools complete your internship successfully, you’ll go through an induction during the first few days with the firm.

You’ll also be assigned a supervisor who will be responsible for looking after and guiding you throughout your entire internship period. Upon completion of the internship, depending on the needs of the business, you may be offered a full-time position with the firm.

Programmes available

  1. University: 1st year & 2nd year (double degree)
  2. University: 2nd year & 3rd year (double degree)
  3. University: 3rd year & 4th year (double degree)

University: 1st year & 2nd year (double degree)

Build your foundations through your school curriculum, extra-curricular activities, hobbies or sporting achievements. There’s a good chance that you’re developing the skills we look for every day.

What’s important is that you reflect on your experiences and use well thought-out examples, both in your online applications and at interview. You should also think about your personal brand, and how you can make the most impact when you interact with employers. There are so many ways employers might connect with you – from emails, application forms and social media, through to meeting you face-to-face – so you always need to make sure you create the best possible impression.

Follow our organisation’s facebook/Instagram/Linkedin pages for information about culture, experience and any recruitment updates.

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Thewhole leadership award will help give young talents the best start possible by providing some financial support during university, a mentor and a paid internship. The skills, knowledge and relationships you’ll build with us will benefit you for life.

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University: 2nd year & 3rd year (double degree)

An internship provides a unique taste of what it’s like to work at PwC.

As an intern, you join us over a 10-week internship stint (either Year-end or Mid-year) or 6-month internship stint (off-cycle) before your final year at university to build the necessary skills and confidence through working with experts in the field you’re interested in.

You will get real-time on the job coaching while working together on a variety of projects that will put into practice what you have learnt at university. We provide challenging assignments and get you involved with helping solve real client issues, within teams of highly skilled professionals. Providing you with a realistic insight into the profession, as well as the PwC culture and practice. Depending on business needs, strong performers will be given a priority offer (PO) to join us as an Associate.

Do note that if you are interested in Consulting or Deals, there is no direct graduate hire. Do apply through our internship programme and strong performers will be given priority offer to join us as an Associate.

University: 3rd year & 4th year (double degree)

In your final year of study and getting ready to start your career? There’s no better place to start than PwC.

With our global brand and reputation as the leading professional services firm in Singapore, the opportunities here are like no other. Our graduates start in June/July every year, and your first week will be an exciting chance to come together with the whole group of new graduates. This is a great opportunity to meet people across the business and create lasting networks within the firm that could span your entire career, wherever it may take you.

Apply for our graduate programme in Aug (for local universities) and Jan (for overseas universities) as we generally recruit about a year in advance. employment contracts are signed a year in advance.

Click here for information on the application process

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I have a question

What is the recruitment time for graduate or internship positions?

University Internship:

We have two internship cycles every year, each running from 8 –12 weeks. Due to our training and orientation programme, the internship periods cannot be shifted. From time to time, we also have off-cycle internships which are available within some business areas. Do keep a looking for the opportunities via our career page.


Internship period

Application period

Interview period


Penultimate year students

Mid-year internship - May to July
Off-cycle internship - June to December




Penultimate year students

Year-end internship - December to February
Off-cycle internship - January to June




University Graduate:

We have two major recruitment cycles for our graduate positions. Generally we recruit one-year in advance.From time to time, we also have ad-hoc vacancies depending on business needs. Do keep a looking for the opportunities via our career page.

Recruitment cycle



Application period

Interview period


Local universities

Final year students

This will vary according to the business unit but most of our graduates will commence between June through to September




Overseas universities

Final year students

This will vary according to the business unit but most of our graduates will commence between June through to September




What is the recruitment process for graduate or internship positions?
  1. Apply online and complete the application form (simply upload your detailed CV and degree audit!)
  2. No more psychometric tests! Instead complete a series of engaging and fun online games that will assess cognitive, behavioural and emotional traits and giving us a little more insight into you as a person and where you’ll thrive the most in our business. After you’ve completed it you’ll also receive a traits report so you can learn more about yourself as well.
  3. Video introduction
  4. Invitation to PwC’s assessment day! Where you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our culture, learn more about what we do and discover where your passions and skills may fit. Over here, selected candidates will be offered an employment contract to join us!
  5. Offer and on-boarding

Note: Are you an international student and interested to apply for an internship with us?
Do note that in order to work in Singapore, you will need to have a valid working permit. Before applying, do check on your eligibility to apply for Work Holiday Pass.

Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin so that you will receive an update when we kick-start our application!

I am not in my penultimate year. Can I still apply for the PwC Internship programme?

Unless otherwise stated, our mid-year and year-end internship programmes are generally reserved for penultimate year students.

If you’re a final year student, we encourage you to apply for our graduate openings instead.

If I have been declined previously, can I apply again?

Please let us know if you would like to apply for another position by sending us an email at Our team will assess your request and revert accordingly.

If I perform well in my internship, will I receive a graduate offer?

If you perform well during your internship, subject to business needs, you may receive a ‘priority offer’ which is a direct graduate offer (once you complete your university studies).

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How do you answer what makes you a good fit for this internship? ›

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  1. Talk About Your Experience. ...
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  6. For a Human Resource Role. ...
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Why do you want to pursue this internship best answer? ›

“I wish to pursue this internship to evaluate my inherent abilities and potential. Although I have accumulated a strong foundational knowledge in this domain, I think the best way to move forward would be to get practical working experience in an established platform, that is your company.

How do you respond to an opportunity offer? ›

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How do you respond when someone offers you an opportunity? ›

Start by saying thank you and expressing your excitement and fit for the role. Then ask for a phone call to go over some details and ask a few questions about the offer. Usually something like, “I have a question about the salary,” is enough to get across that you're planning on negotiating.

Why are you the best fit for this opportunity? ›

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What makes you a great fit for this opportunity? ›

When describing your strengths and accomplishments that make you a good fit for the position, provide quantifiable examples of each. For example, rather than saying that you have strong communication skills, describe an example in which you used your communication skills to solve a problem in the workplace.

Why are you interested in an internship opportunity? ›

Develop new skills you can apply in the workplace. Gain skills that will enhance your resume and increase your career options. Explore a business or agency and observe or participate in the tasks and responsibilities preformed daily by professionals. Experience workplace culture, politics, and business etiquette.

What motivates you to apply for this internship? ›

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How do you pass an internship interview? ›

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What are the top 3 skills you will bring to the internship *? ›

Top 5 skills employers look for in an intern
  • Adaptability. Workplaces are most often subjected to different kinds of change over time. ...
  • Critical thinking. ...
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  • Quick learning. ...
  • Communication.
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How do you win an internship interview? ›

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How do you respond to availability? ›

Yes, I am available on day, date, month, at time am / pm." "Yes, I very much would like to interview with you at..." Yes, I can be available for an interview at several times during the week of..." Thank you for the invitation to interview for the [job position].

How do you accept opportunity politely? ›

Thank you for your time on the phone yesterday. I was delighted to receive your formal offer today for the role of [Job Title] at [XYZ company]. I am happy to officially accept your offer of employment. I look forward to joining your team.

How do you formally accept opportunities? ›

Job Offer Acceptance Letter
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How do you respond to an opportunity email? ›

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Hi [Recruiter name], Thank you for reaching out — I'm eager to learn more about the role! I'm excited to see that the position calls for [X knowledge or experience]. I have [X years] of experience [in the relevant industry or with a particular job function].

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I see this opportunity as a way to contribute to an exciting/forward-thinking/fast-moving company/industry, and I feel I can do so by/with my …” “I feel my skills are particularly well-suited to this position because …” “I believe I have the type of knowledge to succeed in this role and at the company because …”

How do you answer why do you want to join our university? ›

Key Takeaways
  1. Be specific. Make sure you've done your research and are aware of the features that distinguish the college from other schools.
  2. Give a well-rounded answer. ...
  3. Don't focus on selfish aspects of attending the school such as prestige or future earning potential.
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What makes you a good candidate for university essay? ›

A reader should be able to learn about at least some of the following: your passions, feelings, perspectives, values, your defeats and/or accomplishments. College essays should also demonstrate your ability to think and organize your thoughts. Above all… make sure you choose a topic you care about.

What can you contribute to the university as a student answer? ›

I will contribute to college culture in three ways: by participating in class, by being a good roommate, and by not being a problem for anybody. First of all, I will participate in class. In all of the classes I take, I make sure to speak up. What's the best way to learn?

Why do you think you are the best candidate? ›

“I am the best candidate for this job because I have the skills and qualities to match the job description, I am a fast learner which means I can add value to the team quickly, and I am commercially aware.

What excites you about this opportunity answer? ›

Example: My previous experience and success would help me to achieve some quick wins in certain areas, including XXX. I'm also excited at the prospect of learning more about XXX. The company's mission aligns with my own professional values and I believe I'd be a great fit culturally.

What motivates you to apply for this opportunity answer? ›

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How should I introduce myself in an internship? ›

What do I say?
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  4. Wrap it up.
  5. Engage the person with a question.
  6. Follow up.
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What is your strength best answer? ›

Strengths: I am a highly-organized and motivated individual with excellent communication, problem-solving, and time-management skills. I am also a team player and thrive in a collaborative environment. Weaknesses: I can be a perfectionist at times, which can lead to me being overly critical of my own work.

What are good qualities in an intern? ›

DO-IT Ambassador: Here are some qualities of a good intern that my professors from undergraduate and graduate school believed to be important:
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What makes me a good fit for an internship? ›

Research, projects, previous work, and experiences that you find to be helpful in the internship. You can also share your accomplishments, achievements, or awards if any. Some simple but effective points about your personality which would enrich the job you would be doing, such as hardworking, trainability, etc.

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