KPMG is one of the world's leading professional services organisations, with a global network of member firms operating in 144 countries. They employ 10,000 people in their 22 offices in the UK alone, and they are always looking to recruit and retain the best people.
KPMG in the UK offers Audit, Tax, and Advisory services to thousands of clients, ranging from major multinational companies and well-known brands to public bodies and private individuals. They help clients grow and develop, advise on risks and help to improve the financial performance of their clients. This sort of work gives KPMG's recruits the chance to flourish both professionally and personally.
In 2009, KPMG came 1st in the Sunday Times Best Big Companies To Work For list, and also won a Lifetime Achievement Award for consistently coming in the Top 10 of this list.
Find out more about the graduate careers available at KPMG in the following ways:
- Take a look at the KPMG careers website to see how to apply for their Graduate Recruitment Programme.
- Have a look at the Vacation Programme at KPMG.
- Get an insight into what it's like to work at KPMG by reading the experiences of graduates from Newcastle University who now work at KPMG. Nicole Sterry works in Audit after graduating with a Mathematics degree in 2009, while Lorna Hogg works in Audit and Advisory after graduating in Maths and Psychology in 2006.
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications exists to support the advancement of mathematical knowledge and its applications and to promote and enhance mathematical culture in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, for the public good.
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications is also the professional and learned society for qualified and practising mathematicians.
Founded in 1964, the Institute now has over 5000 members. Ten percent of members live outside the United Kingdom. Forty percent of members are employed in education (schools through to universities), and the other 60% work in commercial and governmental organisations.
To find out more or to join visit www.ima.org.uk.
The School of Mathematics & Statistics
The School of Mathematics & Statistics is responsible for the teaching of all mathematics and statistics related degrees taught within Newcastle University. They also offer postgraduate research degrees in both mathematics and statistics.