KPMG in Nottingham is welcoming five young people onto its Audit School Leavers programme.
The five school leavers are part of KPMG’s 2015 intake of the five year programme of degree, work experience and professional qualification. They will gain valuable client-based work experience throughout their degree in KPMG’s Nottingham office, and will continue working when they graduate as well as gaining their professional accountancy qualification. Of the five, two will be studying at Birmingham University, with the other three attending Durham University. Nationwide, there are 120 talented young people joining this year’s intake of the Audit School Leavers programme, with 56 studying in Birmingham and 64 in Durham.
Ian Borley, East Midlands senior partner for KPMG, said: “I am immensely proud that our Audit School Leavers programme is enabling these talented young people to join our team in Nottingham. They really are the future of our firm and all those within the East Midlands team are delighted to welcome them.
“The programme is an excellent training ground for a career with KPMG, offering a mix of study and work experience, enabling the students to get holistic, in-depth knowledge and experience of auditing from day one.”