Join our Make a Difference career event
Be part of our mission in supporting the UK in a connected world. When you join KPMG, you’ll help clients anticipate and face some of their biggest challenges and optimise the opportunities that change brings. To find out more, check out our 2020 Annual Review. You'll have the chance to make a meaningful difference as part of a team that builds the trust society needs to grow and thrive - not only through our audit work, but in ways you may not have expected.
For example, we’re reducing our carbon footprint, enhancing our sustainability practices, and inspiring others to do the same. Plus, all our people have 6 days of work time each year to work in our communities – you could be coaching young people with their numeracy and literacy skills so they’re work ready. And we’re reimagining our working practises to ensure you have the skills, tools and flexibility you need to be your physical and mental best.
KPMG offers some of the best opportunities for students and graduates in the UK – something that’s seen us placed in the top 10 of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers year after year. Be part of our mission to make a positive difference through the work we do by joining us in Audit, Consulting, Deal Advisory, KPMG Business Services, Tax & Law or Technology & Engineering.
Want to know more? Meet us at our Make a Difference career event:
Date: Thursday, 18th March 2021 (registration will close 12th March)
Time: 13:00 (exact event timings will be confirmed after registration)
Our Student Recruitment team will be sharing some handy hints and tips to help support you through the KPMG application process. You’ll also hear fantastic KPMG speakers from across our firm talking about their careers, and how they’re making a difference through the work they do.
- Hannah Cool – ESG Programme Lead
- Rebecca Pope – Director, IGH Analytics
- Nick Landesberg – Digital Transformation
- Lindsey Stewart – Deputy Chair of the Audit Evolution Board
There will also be an open panel to discuss initiatives taken to make a difference for Our Planet, Our Communities and Our People.
We have our very special guest, Gemma Cairney, an award-winning broadcaster, youth rights activist and author who is passionate about making a difference to the lives of young people! Gemma’s debut book Open: A Toolkit for How Magic and Messed Up Life Can Be – where she gives honest advice about the big, bad and beautiful things that growing up offers. She’s inspirational in making a difference to young people by offering hope and a huge comforting cuddle to young people questioning what life's all about or dealing with hard times.
Find out more and register below for the event!
Explore our graduate programmes
As an auditor, you’ll help to build the confidence and trust that business and society need to thrive. If you’d like to get under the skin of a variety of organisations, this is the right place to be.
You can look forward to the intellectual stimulation that comes from solving complex problems and creating positive change for lots of different organisations.
KPMG Business Services
We'll ensure you get the right balance of operational experience, responsibility, training and support to reach your potential.
Tax & Legal
This is an opportunity to work on a range of intellectually-stimulating projects and as you'd expect, we work within a robust framework but there's still real scope to innovate.