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Graduates & students 

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger.


Nicola Buddee



When you're embarking on a career in the corporate world, it pays to choose a company that can keep pace with your ambition. KPMG can.


With one of the country’s most diverse range of projects – in advisory, tax and accounting – we’ll have you working with the nation's most respected companies from day one. You’ll receive world-class training and mentoring, and mix with some of the brightest minds around. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to work on community and environmental programs that make a genuine difference to our society.


But it’s our diversity that really sets us apart. It means we're not tied to certain qualifications, backgrounds, disciplines or experiences. As long as you can ask the big questions as well as answer them, challenge us as much as much as we challenge you, we'll never hold you back.


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Universum APAC's Top 10 Most Attractive Employers 2014 KPMG was recognised in the Top 10 Most Attractive Employers among APAC Business students in 2014.
Financial Review Top 100 Graduate Employers 2014 KPMG Australia was voted No.1 in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Graduate Employers Survey in 2014.
The Australian Top 100 Graduate Awards KPMG has ranked in the Australian Top 100 Graduate employees survey.

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