Say hello to our new friends at EY

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Say hello to our new friends at EY

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We're itching to tell you all about our new friends at EY! And with applications open for next summer's Business Academy – EY's very special, one-week work experience opportunity which lets you work on real projects with real clients – it's the perfect time to get clued up!

Who are EY?

Maybe you've been considering a career in accountancy or finance – and if that's you, you'll want to know about EY.

If you're not 100% sure what these words mean, you don't have to miss out. Take a look at EY's profile here at Success at School to learn all about what they do.

Is EY for me?

Why are you asking us?! EY has a much better way to find out. It's called the Business Academy, and it's an amazing, paid, one-week work experience programme – and as long as you're in Year 12 and studying for three A-levels, you can apply!

Tell me more about EY's Business Academy

You'll spend one week of the summer holiday between Year 12 and Year 13 at your nearest EY office:

  • Working on real-life client projects.
  • Experiencing what it's like to work for EY, and learning from today’s apprentices.
  • Seeing what it’s really like to work in assurance, tax or transactions.
  • In Aberdeen, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Luton, Newcastle, Reading, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester.

Learn more, get top application tips, and apply.

“It offered the chance to secure a place on the Business Apprenticeship Programme – a unique opportunity not often available to students through work experience”

—Simran, apprentice, who started out at the Business Academy

What next?

You'll gain transferable skills which will wow employers whatever you choose to do next.

Love EY, and you've just given yourself a head-start in your application to  – an amazing three-year training scheme for school and college leavers just like you...

EY Business Apprenticeship

  • Train in a paid job in one of 18 locations across the country.
  • Earn professional qualifications in accountancy, tax or transactions.
  • Apply if you're studying for three A-levels, and have bags of energy and enthusiasm.

Find out more on EY's profile

“Although there are times you are pushed outside your comfort zone, there’s always someone there to guide you… Everyone trains you to be the best”

—Kirsty, EY Business Apprentice, Inverness

Dead set on uni?

Don't worry! Loads of EY's people join after they graduate. You can gain experience through a four- or six-week internship in the holidays (you could travel the world!), and apply to the grad scheme when you leave uni.

Find out more about EY's amazing opportunities on their profile here at Success at School site.

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