Going from campus to career can seem daunting. If you want a taste of working life while you're a student you can apply for our 12 week summer programme.
If you're an exceptional candidate, you could apply for a trip to Florida for our International Intern Leadership Conference. Oh – and as you'll be part of a large group of likeminded people, the social side of the internship isn't bad either.
What is it?
A 12 week summer programme that'll get you fully involved with life and work at EY. You will discover what life as a professional is all about. Work on real projects and prepare yourself to perform at an outstanding level. Apply for our internships and create your future.
To begin with, you will attend an induction to the firm. Then as the pace picks up, you'll soon be doing the same kind of work as our graduates.
You'll be part of a team working with our clients in one of our four main business areas: Advisory, Assurance, Transactions and Tax.
Why do it?
It's great for your career prospects. If your internship goes well, there's a good chance you'll be offered a graduate position within the team you've been working for. That means the pressure to find a job during your final year at university is off – you can slot back into a team you're already familiar with, once you finish your degree.
This summer internship gives you experience to develop your commercial and personal skills, and gain a thorough insight into the world of professional services. You'll meet partners and clients and get an opportunity to show us what you're best at. You'll receive regular feedback from your counselling manager, showing you how you can develop. And we'll assign you a buddy who'll be there to answer any day-to-day queries. The social side is important too, with plenty of opportunities to meet people and a night out before you return to university.
Who can apply
The Summer Internship is open to penultimate year students only.
How to apply
You can apply on our main jobs website. Just search for 'EY International Summer Internship' or 'EY Summer Internship'. You'll have to fill in our standard application form.
Here's what happens after you've submitted your application: