The Online Application will be open from 15th March to 15th April at 05.00pm, Kenya Time. Please have this page open in a separate tab when filling out your application in order to refer to the questions and FAQs. 

Application Instructions

Here’s some helpful tips for your application process:

Navigating your application

  • To answer questions, please type in the blank white space provided at the bottom of the page once you begin your application.
  • As you answer questions, there will be a tracker to the left of your screen, updating you on how much of the application you have completed, every step of the way.

Editing Your Responses

  • You are able to review and edit your responses before you submit your application.
  • You can also go back to a previous question and make changes as needed.
  • Once you click ‘Send’, you will be returned to your current question.

Note: Chrome is the most suitable browser to use to complete your application. If you are are on a mobile network, it may take some time for their CV upload to complete. Please ensure that you do not use an office/ enterprise network to log into the site. This includes networks in Institutions such as Universities – firewalls installed often hinder access to the site. If you are using an office or University network with a firewall, please switch to a personal network or hotspot.

If you have any questions about your application, please click here for further here assistance, or reach us on You can also reach us on +254 792490994, from 9am to 5pm (Kenya Time).

Applications for this year are now closed. 

Here’s what you’ll see

We’ll get to know you

We want to learn more about you and your interests.

You’ll show your strengths

We’ll ask you some questions where you can show us what you can do.

Learn more about yourself

See your character highlights with our personality profiler.

About KPMG

KPMG’s East Africa practice comprises of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda and additionally provides services to Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Burundi, Somalia, Ethiopia as well as Eritrea.
KPMG East Africa has 31 partners and over 1000 professional staff. The Nairobi office serves as the regional coordinating office providing the required networking and support to facilitate delivery of services on a timely basis to meet and exceed our clients’ expectation.
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