EY Scholarship program

The EY Scholarship program recognizes and rewards students with exemplary entrepreneurial spirit through a business case competition. Winners will be rewarded INR1 lakh and an opportunity to earn industry-recognized digital credentials on future-focused skills as well as a two-month internship with EY in a service line of their choice.

The exceptional EY experience. It’s yours to build.

About the Program

The EY Scholarship program is open to all students pursuing graduation courses across colleges in India. The program involves the submission of a business case on ‘Building a better working world’. The business case can be for a ‘for-profit’ or ‘not-for-profit’ organization to help create a Better Working World. For detailed guidance on how to structure and present your idea, refer to the instructions.

The business case idea should cover the following:

  • Innovation
  • Clarity of thought
  • Passion to win
  • Impact on the working world

The 10 selected winners will be rewarded INR1 lakh and earn industry-recognized digital credentials on future-focused skills and an opportunity to intern with EY for a period of two months in a service line of their choice.

For more information, you can view the program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) here.

Are you ready to seize the exceptional experience? Participate now!

The 10 EY scholars will be announced in March 2022.

How to participate

Step 1

Click here to register. The last day to register is 31 December 2021.

Step 2

Click here to submit your business case on ‘Building a better working world.’

Step 3

EY panel to screen and select the top 50 finalists.

Step 4

Finalists to present their business case to the EY panel.

  • Know about our 2020 winners!

    Vikas Kalyan
    Sri Sairam engineering college, Anna University

    Chaos - Tool for enabling disabled people to access the digital world.

    Kaif Ali
    Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics, Jamia Milia University

    Space Era - A standard space for the pandemic era and beyond

    Suviti Singh
    Hindu College, Delhi University

    Ek Kadam - Open and hyper - connected philanthropy marketplace.

    Sai Vikranth Reddy Parlapally
    CVR College of Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU)

    Progev - Purifying air from the exhaust of vehicle

    Shunyam Gupta
    Gargi college, Delhi University

    Trinity - Making finance easier for women

    Abhinav Jaivishnu Choudhary
    Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering

    AI For Dyslexia 

    Shruti Agarwal
    Hansraj College, Delhi University

    Krishi Vikas - Development of farmers by increasing financial literacy and inclusivity

    Anirudh Arya
    Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University

    Monecise - Vision and motion analysis application 

    Mayank Kedia
    Hansraj College, Delhi University

    Pearl Lid - Conversion of Plastic bottle caps into home décor and utility items

    Anisha Jain
    NMIMS Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce, NMIMS University

    Freecyc - Providing basic necessities like Garbage disposals and toilets

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