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KPMG takes number one spot in the Top 100 Internship Programs 2018

KPMG has been voted as the top company for internships in the US in the WayUp Top 100 Internship Programs 2018 table.

The internship programme offered by KPMG overtook those offered by Facebook and Google. 25,000 interns voted on the results and this was then further analysed by a panel of judges, reported by Yahoo Finance.

KPMG has approximately 3,300 interns for their 2018 U.S programme.

The table said: “KPMG interns have the opportunity to participate in KPMG’s global internship programme, which is a four-week rotation abroad at an international KPMG member firm. Additionally, interns have the option to build their own internship programme (BYOIP) to tailor their experience to their own interests and career needs.”

CEO of WayUp Liz Wessel said to CNBC Make It that KPMG reached number one due to its high conversion and providing interns the freedom to create their own internship as well as giving them the opportunity to travel internationally.

Deloitte, EY, and PwC also placed on the table 

 

By Mishelle Thurai

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