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ACCA Greek graduate internship scheme renewed for another year

The ACCA has announced that its Greek graduate internship scheme in partnership with Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece (SOEL)  and the largest accounting firms will run for a second consecutive year.

The scheme was launched last year offering 19 internships with the country’s biggest firms: KPMG, Deloitte, Grant Thornton and SOLAE (Crowe Horwath International). This year the scheme offers 15 places beginning from 2 October 2017 for three months, for 40 hours per week.

Like last year, to apply, graduates will have to put themselves in the shoes of prime minister Alexis Tsipras and and describe in 200 words one initiative they would implement to support the Greek economy.

Applications close on 22 July.

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