North of the Border the firm said its audit practice has gained market share among listed companies.
Its consultancy practice in Scotland saw growth of 20%.
Lindsay Gardiner, regional leader at PWC in Scotland, said that "the business environment and competition continues to be challenging".
But he said the firm remains in "good shape".
"The deals market remains tough, but we've held our nerve and continued to invest in areas where we see opportunity, such as oil and gas in Aberdeen and financial services in the Central Belt," he said.
"Our audit and assurance practice has enjoyed key wins with some of Scotland's iconic organisations across energy, education, transport and banking sectors."
For the UK as a whole, PWC reported revenue growth of 3% to £2.7 billion for the year to June 30 translating into profit of £740m, an increase of £13m.
Meanwhile, Scottish accountancy firm Johnston Carmichael has announced a partnership with the PKF International network.
Sandy Mason, chief executive of Johnston Carmichael said: "This key strategic move for us reflects the growing importance of supporting our Scottish-based clients as they expand internationally."
The PKF network extends to 300 firms in 125 countries.
Johnston Carmichael will remain an independent firm.