When can I start?
Normally, new joiners start between August and October to suit the schedules of local and overseas graduates.
How will I be allocated to a department?
You will be placed in a specific department depending on a number of different factors such as your degree/qualifications, graduation dates and skill sets in order to maintain a balance between departments. While we always try to accommodate any specific requests, the final allocation will be subject to department requirements.
What kind of training courses will be provided after I join KPMG?
KPMG understands the importance of training and personal development, so every staff member will dedicate a certain amount of time in training every year. As a new graduate joiner, you will attend our START Programme, which normally lasts for 1-2 months. The programme covers both orientation and technical training.
Also, KPMG encourages all professional staff to obtain the most appropriate professional qualification to enable them to perform their work effectively. Therefore examination assistance, such as study leave, exam leave, and exam training, is also provided.
How can I register for the relevant Certified Public Accountancy qualification?
The KPMG Training Department will contact you for registration and answer your questions regarding your professional qualification.
What kind of compensation and benefits will I receive at KPMG?
KPMG believes employees are the most important investment for success and our comprehensive compensation and benefits programme reflects this. The programme's purpose is to attract, retain and reward the people responsible for the company's long-term growth and profitability. You may be interested in finding out more on the rest of our careers website.