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Thursday, April 7 • 14:15 - 15:00

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PwC is an accountancy organisation that provides assurance, tax and advisory services to a wide range of clients. Leiden alumni Robin Spin (currently pursuing an internship) and Ilja van Poppel (working within the Manager Organisation Transformation Team) will tell what working at PwC is like, what their average workday looks like and how they ended up at PwC.

The second part of the workshop will be presented by Lauren Bostelaar, a PwC-recruiter. She will offer practical advice to the students concerning working at PwC. She will explain what requirements PwC sets in order for people to work there, how to apply, and various other details. And, very importantly, it will be explained why it is that PwC looks to humanities students as potential future employees.

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Lauren Bostelaar

Lauren Bostelaar is a recruiter at PwC.
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Ilja van Poppel

Ilja van Poppel has completed his BA in History in 2006, followed by an MA in German Studies in 2007 at Leiden University. He currently works as a manager within the Organisational Transformation team of PwC. 
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Robin Span

Robin Span has graduated the BA in History in 2015 from Leiden University and is doing her master in Gender Studies at Utrecht University. | After an internship she is currently a working student and consultant at PwC.

Thursday April 7, 2016 14:15 - 15:00
LIPSIUS/203 Lipsius Building

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