Here you can find an overview of the most frequently asked questions
Here you can find an overview of the most frequently asked questions concerning the application process and living and working in Luxembourg.
We are looking for candidates who fulfil the following criteria:
Current vacancies for trainees, graduates and experienced professionals can be found on our job board. We recruit throughout the year.
We recommend starting the recruitment process as soon as possible. For graduate roles in audit, please apply one year in advance.
Typically, our recruitment and selection process can be divided into four steps:
KPMG Luxembourg offers a diverse range of opportunities for you. Visit our specific career pages to see which department fits your profile best:
English is the working language at KPMG Luxembourg. Besides English, French and German are the most frequently spoken languages within the firm. However, with more than 60 nationalities at KPMG Luxembourg, it is highly likely you will hear other languages spoken in the corridors.
No, it is not mandatory. However, any other languages are considered to be an asset.
We have a range of roles available for holders of Bachelor’s degrees.
You can apply to work:
Third-country nationals can apply for a role at KPMG. Successful applicants will require a residence permit if any of the following conditions are fulfilled:
This information has been taken from the Luxembourg portal, guichet.lu.
We onboard new employees on the first and fifteenth of every month. If these dates happen to be a weekend or public holiday, you will receive a notification from our HR team with a new date.
Larger onboarding sessions are organised three times a year in January, September and October. Newcomers arriving in September and October attend an induction week abroad, where they will meet their co-workers, receive technical and soft-skills trainings and learn more about the firm.
The average employee receives approximately 70 hours of training a year. All employees are offered training sessions in business, leadership and technical skills, either online or face-to-face. You will also have the opportunity to attend external courses and improve your language skills. Our Learning & Development Business Partners will help you to grow and develop throughout your career.
We have prepared a brochure to guide you through living and working in Luxembourg.
KPMG treats any information supplied by you during the application process with the utmost confidentiality. By completing the online application process you’ll be deemed to have agreed to the processing of your data in this manner.
No information supplied will be passed to non-contracted third parties.
All our vacancies are listed on the KPMG Luxembourg job board. You can submit as many applications as you wish, taking into account your experience and career goals.
KPMG Luxembourg places no restriction on CV and cover letter format. A cover letter is not mandatory but recommended as it will reinforce the key points of your resume.