For PWC Audit, Do they care about Audit experience or is it more about the person?

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Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to get an opinion in regards to the experience level that PWC expect from someone trying to get on their audit scheme. I have an Economics undergraduate / masters. I don't have any prior auditing/accountancy experience, but I have some experience reading financial statements. I feel a lot of my skills are transferable to audit, and whilst it isn't my first choice, I could do quite well in it. Having said all of this, I was concerned if PWC only consider or seriously consider people with relevant experience. When applying, it didn't state it, however, for my own sanity, I would like an opinion in regards to this. Thanks to anyone who can help, it means alot
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If it is for a grad scheme then they won't really care, provided you can demonstrate a proper motivation to want to work in audit at PWC.
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(Original post by thrwawy)
If it is for a grad scheme then they won't really care, provided you can demonstrate a proper motivation to want to work in audit at PWC.
Ok thank you, yes it for a grad scheme. I believe I could be good at audit, but we will see
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