KPMG Nigeria Is Recruiting

Starting January 2016, KPMG Nigeria will begin accepting application from qualified undergraduate and graduate student for its 2016 Internships.

Successful interns get the opportunity to work in a conducive and challenging environment that presents practical insights into various businesses.

As one of the world’s leading professional services firms, KPMG interns are given the opportunity to work in challenging assignments in its Audit, Advisory, Tax & Regulatory Divisions. Excellent opportunities also exist with KPMG Central Services Division (Human Resources, Sales & Marketing, Finance & Accounts, ITS and Facilities).

Eligibility Requirements

Undergraduate Interns must:

Possess a minimum of 5 credits including Mathematics and English in one sitting at O’levels.

Be currently enrolled in a university.

Have a minimum of second class upper degree grade in any discipline

Have completed at least the second year of university.

CGPA Transcripts required.

Have strong communication and interpersonal skills; and an ability to work in a team.

All applicants would be subject to an ‘essay writing’ and interview assessment.

 

Graduate Interns must:

Possess a minimum of 5 credits including Maths and English in one sitting at O’levels.

Have a minimum of second class upper degree grade in any discipline.

Currently undergoing/pursuing a Post Graduate degree program.

Pass the KPMG Graduate Aptitude test.

Have strong communication and interpersonal skills; and an ability to work in a team.

How to Apply

The internship period for each student is at least 6 weeks and at most 24 weeks. The KPMG summer Internship Program runs yearly from June through September. However, selection is based on performance and subject to manpower availability.

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To apply, e-mail the following information to careers@ng.kpmg.com:

An Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae indicating your current CGPA

An official transcript from your University/ Degree results for graduate interns

A letter of recommendation from your course adviser, head lecturer or professor.

Note that:

Your e-mail should have the subject “2016 internship recruitment” clearly stated

Only applications with required documents will be considered valid.

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