Chat with some of our Consulting associates and our Consulting campus recruiters about a career in PwC Canada's Consulting practice. Gain inside tips to help you stand out and shine during our selection process in this one-hour online chat.
Hello there, I'm a graduating Actuarial Science major from the University of Waterloo. My question is: are there one or two key skills you rely on to keep you effective when circumstances get tough? Thanks!
Hi everyone, thank you for taking the time to answer questions! Henry and Neil, how have you enjoyed the rotational consulting program at PwC so far? Did you have an idea of which industry you'd like to further explore before starting and since you both have diverse professional backgrounds, have you been able to incorporate that into the job?
I recently graduated from the BBA Program (Finance concentration) at Wilfrid Laurier University and I am interested in the management consulting program in Toronto. My question is: How would you describe a person who is a model of success in the program?
Thank you Darren for answering my question! So I guess in the professional talent center, we are going to work on a project in a team while all the interviewers are watching , something like that? Are you going to compare different candidates based on their performance?
Hi all, I am a finance major, marketing concentration student at McGill. My question would be for the new hires. I was wondering how was your transformation from University to the professional life in management consulting? What are the things you have done so far? What kind of projects have you worked on?
Hi everyone, thanks for answering our question! This question is for Darren: How have you seen the consulting industry evolve over the years? Are there different skills or backgrounds that are more in demand? Thank you!
Dear PwC Consultant Team and PwC Talent Acquisition Specialists, As PMP and Electrical Engineer, I would like to know having different certification (PMP, etc.) and being member of well known organizations (ISACA, Toastmasters, and etc.) and actively attending their meetings, would these consider as assets and how do you value those during hiring process? Thanks. Shahrooz Esfahani
Hi everyone, thank you for taking the time to answer questions today. I have been looking forward to learning more about PwC's consulting program! Quick questin for you; What can a new hire do to positively impact and further encourage client business/ relations when working on projects with the PwC team?
Hello All. Thanks for such a great online event. I have a degree in engineering, but after school , I mainly involved in business positions such as business and market development/analysis. I have developed strong analytical skills. I would like to work for management consulting companies now. I am wondering while I don't have degree in business or finance, what should be on my resume to get an attention of PWC recruiters for junior/intermediate positions.
Hello everyone! I will be completing my undergraduate degree in finance from McGill in May and have applied for a position in the consulting practice in Calgary. I had a phone interview this past week and was just curious as to what to expect with regards to the rest of the interview process, should I be selected to advance to the next round. Thanks!
Dear PwC Consultant Team, I have a question regarding PwC report format, when you write a summery/report/email to your clients, do you use “I” or “We” to show your appreciation and provide your recommendations? Thanks. Shahrooz Esfahani
by Shahrooz Esfahani, PMP, EE,...10/2/2014 8:51:04 PM
Hello to all the thought leaders at PwC, I am second year MBA student at university of Alberta. Great thanks for your time and very informative chat session. Can you please elaborate on the structuring of teach-don't-tell learning approach at PwC?
Hi PwC Consultant Team and PwC Campus Recruitment, I'm Louis Juan, I'm in my 4th year studying Accounting at Schulich. I have a question for Neil, how do you find the knowledge in Finance applying to your job at PwC in Consulting and Deals?
Hi everyone! I'm a 3rd year business student who has a keen interest in consulting services. My question is: other than education and relevant work experience, how else can a student make themselves marketable for a consulting position at pwc? Are there are any hard skills you look for in an application? Thanks!
Hi PwC HR and Consulting team, I'm in my second year studying Finance. I'm very interested in the field of consulting and have been involved in leadership positions in a non-profit organization on campus. I wonder what are your advice for me, as a 2nd year student interested in Management Consulting?