Tuesday February 18, 2020

Graduate recruitment under way at KPMG Galway

30th September, 2018
Mary McGinley, director, KPMG Galway

Business graduates have the chance of landing a much sought-after career at a leading blue-chip company straight out of college. Leading business advisors KPMG in Ireland have just launched an impressive graduate recruitment call that will see 350 graduates recruited to its offices in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Belfast.

KPMG’s Galway office will welcome around ten university candidates this autumn to join its prestigious trainee accountant programme. Mary McGinley, a director in the ever-expanding Galway office,...

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