International students

As an inclusive business built on the brightest diverse minds, we welcome international applications for our Vacation Programme in the UK. But you’ll need to have the right to work in the UK, because we cannot support work permit applications.

If you have a student visa, there should be no problems with working on our Vacation Programme. It depends on the terms of your visa.

Academic requirements

We expect everyone who joins us to have achieved certain academic standards. If you’ve studied overseas, you’ll need to have qualifications equivalent to our UK requirements. On your application form, you must state your qualifications as they were awarded to you - there is no need to tell us the UK equivalent, as we will be aware.

If you would like to apply to KPMG as an undergraduate with international qualifications, please use the links below to find out what you need to include on your application form.

European Qualifications

Non-European Qualifications

Do you have questions?

We realise working and studying overseas is a big decision to make. We’re sure you have questions about our process. So we have answered some of the most obvious ones on our Frequently Asked Questions page. If there’s something we’ve forgotten, please let us know via the Contact Us page.

If you don’t hold a valid Tier 4 General student visa, or don’t satisfy the requirements stated above, unfortunately we cannot currently consider you for the UK student programmes. We are unable to offer Tier 2 sponsorship unless you meet the above requirements. This is because your application would be subject to the Resident Labour Market Test, and our student roles do not pass this test at present.   

Immigration rules are subject to change and this information is correct as at July 2019.

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