Start today. Change tomorrow.

EY is a global professional services organisation with scale, vision, and an important purpose that is at the heart of shaping the future. We work with many of the world’s largest businesses, helping them navigate ever-changing markets and technology so that they can be equipped with better solutions for tomorrow. 80% of our 100,000-strong client book are in the Fortune 500, so for smart, curious school leavers, working at EY offers the opportunity to change how world-leading organisations do business.

The firm drives itself and its clients forward with technological innovation and disruptive thinking in a world that’s changing at an unprecedented rate. School leavers who thrive on change and challenge will be in their element here. With over 231,000 people in more than 150 countries, and an unrivalled breadth of opportunities, along with a vision to double revenues by 2020, at EY, school leavers can shape their career their way.


Making an impact, driving change.

We don’t shy away from high-impact, future-shaping concepts. We foster an entrepreneurial spirit that values creative, innovative ideas. Ask better questions, and you’ll receive better answers. That’s how our people discover better solutions, seize better opportunities, and help our clients make better decisions to improve the way the world works. It’s a method that permeates our business practice, and one that we look for in school leavers looking to join us.

We depend on high-performing teams – our people are from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds working together to help clients drive innovations on the issues that matter most. We operate across four service lines: Assurance, Consulting, Tax and Transactions.

In Assurance, our independent, reliable voice helps maintain public confidence in the world's capital markets. It requires having an advanced level of assurance skills across many areas, covering both audit and non-audit work. Our Consulting teams have a similarly broad remit. A diverse, fast-paced and fluid area, we work across almost every part of our clients’ business to help them investigate risk, and advise on best practices to improve their performance.

For our teams working in Tax, it’s all about thinking creatively and providing a full suite of tax services to everyone from multi-nationals to fast-growing entrepreneurial start-ups. And, in Transactions, we help businesses negotiate in ways that will raise, preserve, and optimise their capital. It’s one more way we can ensure their long-term competitiveness in a complex, challenging global market.  


Build your future, your way.

Bright and ambitious students looking for an unrivalled breadth of opportunities, and who thrive on change and challenge, will be in their element here. We recruit people based on their strengths and future potential, not simply their academic background, and we offer an incredibly diverse range of paths, roles, and opportunities.  With this comes exceptional training and development that make the most of those strengths, and our collaborative culture gives people the continuous support they need to thrive..

If you can see the change the world needs and are smart enough to be part of it, EY is a great place to build the career that’s right for you. What more, you can make your own contribution to EY’s purpose, and help us to build a better working world.

 

EY Newcastle, UK
26 Jul, 2019
Degree Apprenticeship
Applications for our 2019 programmes are now closed. Please visit our website to register you interest for our 2020 opportunities. With an EY Degree Apprenticeship in Business Leadership and Management, you’ll gain real work experience within our Advisory Service Delivery business area. That means you’ll be part of teams helping financial services companies manage different risks and regulations while you work towards a BA degree in business leadership and management – without the student loan. What is Advisory Service Delivery at EY? Financial services companies have never been more scrutinised or more highly regulated. We help our clients manage issues such as anti-money laundering and cyber security, so they can focus on what they do best. What will you be doing? You’ll be constantly learning while helping deliver exciting, innovative client projects within teams that are shaping the future of business for some of the world’s leading organisations. It’s this combination of real-world experience and knowledge that speeds your progression to Associate level, then Executive and beyond. You’ll also: • Study one day a week towards your degree from Northumbria University • Get qualifications in areas such as anti-money laundering, cyber security or mortgage advice In addition to your degree, you’ll gain a host of transferable skills, receive on-the-job coaching and support from a careers counsellor to ensure that you reach your potential. Entry requirements If you’ve achieved three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you. We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later.
EY UK-wide
20 Jun, 2019
Degree Apprenticeship
Applications for our 2019 programmes are now closed. Please visit our website to register you interest for our 2020 opportunities. Start your tech career with the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology. You’ll gain real work experience, develop your digital skills and work towards a BSc degree – without the student loan. What is the Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology at EY? As part of the wider Technology team, this apprenticeship enables you to help EY and our clients find new ways of using artificial intelligence and other innovative technologies to improve their business. You can specialise in either software engineering or data analytics, and this will determine which business areas you join. What will you be doing? You could be helping teams to solve client problems using technologies like blockchain, or analysing huge data sets and building insights to present to clients and EY specialist teams. The work and clients will be varied, so you’ll gain knowledge and skills that will set you up for a rewarding career. The work you’ll be doing could include: • Designing, prototyping and building new tech solutions for clients • Working in supportive teams in either Assurance, Consulting, People Advisory, Tax or Transactions • Helping clients use the latest technology to solve complex issues like fraud • Building data solutions to provide analysis on large data sets so you can share insights with clients and EY specialist teams Y ou’ll be constantly learning - You’ll balance on-the-job training alongside studying towards your BSc. You’ll also gain a host of transferable skills, on-the-job coaching and support from a careers counsellor to ensure that you reach your potential. Entry requirements If you’re passionate about technology and have achieved three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you. We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later.
EY UK-wide
20 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Applications for our 2019 programmes are now closed. Please visit our website to register you interest for our 2020 opportunities. Gain real work experience in the business world, take advantage of new tech and build the skills you need to propel your career, on this apprenticeship. You’ll create real change by helping local and international businesses find better ways of managing tax, all while you study for a professional qualification as part of your apprenticeship and progress towards becoming a tax advisor. What is Tax at EY? Tax affects every aspect of our lives and laws are always changing. We help local and global entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals and organisations from start-ups to influential multinationals, manage every element of their business’s tax. What will you be doing? You’ll develop your understanding of local and international tax laws, and gain a greater breadth of knowledge by: • Specialising in one area of tax within UK & Ireland or Financial Services • Working directly on tax reporting, technical research and data analysis alongside senior colleagues • Building important relationships with clients You’ll also gain a host of transferable skills,andreceive on-the-job coaching and support from a careers counsellor to ensure that you reach your potential. Entry requirements If you’ve achieved three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you. We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later.
EY UK -wide
20 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Applications for our 2019 programmes are now closed. Please visit our website to register you interest for our 2020 opportunities. To stay competitive, companies often need to buy, sell, merge or restructure parts of their business. Join the EY Transaction Business Apprenticeship Programme and you’ll help organisations stay ahead of the competition while earning a great salary, gaining invaluable work experience and studying for a professional qualification. What is Transactions at EY? Economies are fuelled by competitive organisations who buy, sell, merge or restructure parts of their business with others. Our job is to help them do all that while making more informed decisions and building better strategies. What will you be doing? As part of our team, you’ll get straight to work on real client projects. Over the course of the programme you can expect to contribute to challenging assignments, learn how to make quick, practical decisions and work through problems with conviction in your process. You’ll also be: • Identifying and understanding clients’ financial and operational issues and how their business and industry works • Solving urgent and important problems as part of our Restructuring team • Working autonomously alongside senior executives, lawyers and finance professionals • Developing strong relationships with our clients Throughout, you’ll study to become a qualified chartered accountant through the ICAEW in England or ICAS in Scotland, and have support from your team too. At the end of the programme, you’ll have gained professional qualifications, lots of practical experience and built a strong network of mentors and peers to help you keep developing. Entry requirements You’ll need to have completed three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or the equivalent by the time the programme starts. We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later.
EY UK - wide
20 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship
Applications for our 2019 programmes are now closed. Please visit our website to register you interest for our 2020 opportunities. Gain real work experience in the business world, take advantage of new tech and build the skills you need to propel your career, on this apprenticeship. You’ll create real change by helping businesses publish reliable financial accounts, all while you study for a professional qualification and progress towards becoming a chartered accountant. What is Assurance at EY? Our Assurance teams analyse the data behind our clients’ businesses. As external auditors, they help companies and governments publish accurate financial accounts that their clients and, industry regulators, can rely on. What will you be doing? You’ll be working closely with your team, running audits for clients, spotting business opportunities and ensuring it’s all profitable. Other tasks include: • Getting to know our clients, their businesses and how they work • Testing checks and balances to ensure they work how they’re supposed to • Analysing the data that goes into a financial statement to make sure it’s true and fair You’ll also study and undertake exams along the way so you’ll progress even faster professionally than your university-going friends. At the end of the programme, you’ll have gained professional qualifications, a host of transferable skills, lots of practical experience and a network of mentors to help you keep developing. Entry requirements If you’ve achieved three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you.  We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later.