Big Four recruiters turn to university sponsorship

Churchard, Claire; STEVENS, MICHELLE
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p6
The article focuses on the career development scheme launched by KPMG that will pay the tuition fees and costs for school leavers to gain a degree, work experience and job in Great Britain. After graduation, the candidates will be employed by the professional services firm on a starting salary of 20,000 pounds, with a further two years of training and career development. The program was developed by KPMG with Durham University and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England.


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