PwC Exordia is looking for graduates to join their Internship to start 01 March 2015

PWC: Exordia Graduate / Internship Programme 2015

Closing Date: 20 February 2015

PwC Exordia is looking for graduates to join their Internship to start 01 March 2015.


If you are academically excellent, with either an Honours Degree, Degree, B-Tech or National Diploma in Information Technology, Informatics, Engineering, we’re looking for MicroSoft AX Dymanics Consultants, Dynamics CRM Consultants.Sage Consultants, Developers and Programmers.

How To Apply

Please submit your CV, your full academic transcripts, ID and matric results to

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