The local competition
This is the opportunity to take your career further, faster.
Do you want to see the business world in global terms? Do you want to learn to work with people from around the world and learn how business is done in different cultures? All of this while learning new skills that are expected of tomorrow’s leaders?
This is what the competition is all about.
The first phase of the competition takes place in your local country where you study.
During the first round we will challenge your technical abilities and wider commercial strengths — do well here against some of the best minds in your country and you will become a country finalist. As a country finalist you will represent your country at the YTPY international final.
The International Final
YTPY 2013 is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark (during the 67th International Fiscal Association Congress) 26 – 29 August 2013. During the four-day international final, the successful country finalists will work closely with people from other cultures and backgrounds..
Participants will be challenged with case studies and interviews before expert judges. That judges panel will then confirm the three winners of the Young Tax Professional of the Year Award.
The finalists will be invited to a prestigious awards ceremony where — after a final review of performance throughout the competition — the winners will be announced.
Participating countries 2011: Belgium, The Netherlands, Russia, Hungary, Poland, France, Germany, Switzerland and India.
Participating countries 2012: Belgium, The Netherlands, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Turkey, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, India, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, Sweden, Denmark, UK, Ireland and South-Africa.
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Prizes that last a lifetime
More than just a trophy
Just entering the competition will give you the opportunities, confidence and platform to launch your career. No matter where you choose to work.
But for the three finalists, there are added rewards, including:
- 1st prize: A 30-day round-the-world business trip built around 10-day working visits to key Ernst & Young area tax centers in London, Washington D.C. and Hong Kong.
- 2nd prize: A 10-day visit to one of Ernst & Young’s Tax Centers.
- 3rd prize: An invitation to take part in one of our exceptional Ernst & Young international client conferences, where you will rub shoulders with some of our finest partners and most valued clients.
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Edit Osikoviz, 2012 Winner from Hungary, with Stephan Kuhn, Ernst & Young EMEIA Tax Leader, and Karen Wauters, EMEIA Tax people leader.
How to take part?
The Young Tax Professional of the Year Award is open to all students studying undergraduate (year three or four), postgraduate or Masters courses at participating institutions around the world.
For more information, visit your local country Young Tax Professional of the Year information page (click below to find your local competition details).
The Young Tax Professional of the Year 2013 competition is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark, 26 – 29 August 2013 (during the 67th International Fiscal Association Congress).
During the four-day international final, the successful country finalists will work closely with people from other cultures and backgrounds, and be challenged with case studies and interviews before expert judges. That judges panel will then announce the three winners of the Young Tax Professional of the Year Award 2013, at a prestigious awards ceremony on August 29.
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Pam Christie, Global Tax PR
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Monica Kremer, EMEIA Tax PR
Email | +41 58 289 55 15