Our clients include some of the most successful, innovative and respected global organisations, and range across all industry and public sectors. Our people understand how businesses work and it is their ingenuity, dynamism and creativity that help anticipate and meet our clients’ needs: improving how they work, grow, seize opportunities, and make vital business decisions.
Go further, faster
Whichever of the four service lines you join – Advisory, Assurance, Corporate Finance or Tax – you’ll get unrivalled access to a leading professional services firm and work with some of the world’s most respected companies. Our world-class training and mentoring, and the opportunity you have to gain professional qualifications, will hone your personal and technical skills, setting you up for a successful, varied and fulfilling career path.
Start your career before you graduate
Exceptional careers often start early. Use our experience and expertise to explore opportunities and get ahead while you’re still at university.
Our on-campus workshops will give you useful tips for applications, interviews, and assessment centres, and provide you with useful advice on how to increase your employability. We also host inspiring talks and sessions offering insights into the business world, helping you improve your commercial awareness and, guiding you towards a career that’s right for you.
Our Undergraduate programmes will give your career a head start.
As a first year, you might want to join us on the innovatively-designed Discover EY programme to learn more about yourself, and how your natural strengths could advance your career. With the EY Leadership Academy we’ll team you up with some of our sharpest business minds. They will challenge and stimulate you, and give you the opportunity to show you have the natural ability to reach the top. Our internships and placements, available to second, penultimate and final year students include the EY Summer Internship (six weeks), the EY Global Student Experience (eleven weeks), and the EY Placement (one year), where you’ll be engaging with global organisations on real projects while learning what working life is like at EY. All the while, you could be getting closer to securing a graduate job that can take you as far as you want to go.
The exceptional EY experience will last a lifetime
Careers at the top of the business world are often defined by where they start. Begin yours at EY and you’ll gain the skills, contacts and experiences to make your career go further, faster.Apply for scheme
Entry Level Consultant at EY
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EY - Undergraduate Programmes at EY
After passing the online tests you get invited to a first face-to-face interview. This is normally done by a senior manager in their office. Their are about 25 strength based questions that they ask you (lots of info online/on their website as to
EY - Advisory at EY
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