EY Scholarship program

The EY Scholarship program recognizes and rewards students with exemplary entrepreneurial spirit through a business case competition. The ‘EY Scholar’ will win INR1 lakh and an internship with EY, for two months in a service line of their choice, as well as an opportunity to earn industry recognized digital credentials on future-focused skills. Additionally, all registered students will also be offered a learning module on "A Brand called YOU" and can get a participation certificate.

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 win INR1 lakh and an internship with EY, for two months in a service line of their choice, as well as an opportunity to earn industry recognized digital credentials on future-focused skills.

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

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

How to participate

Step 1: Click here to register online and participate. The last day to register and submit the business case is 10 February 2023.

Step 2: Click here to submit your business case on ‘Building a better working world’.

Step 3: Screening by EY panel to select the top 50 finalists.

Step 4: Finalists to present their business case virtually to the EY panel.

Register here   Submit Business Case

The 10 EY scholars will be announced in March 2023.

What's new this year?

We have launched a learning module called “A Brand called YOU” for all registered students. The 2 hour virtual session will equip you with the right skills and knowledge, to enable a smoother and successful transition from campus to corporate by helping you define and establish your brand:

  • Deciphering a brand
  • Making your presence felt
  • Presenting yourself to an audience
  • Learning the corporate vocabulary
  • Having a growth mindset 

All registered students can get a participation certificate on successful completion of the above learning module.

For regular updates on EY Scholarship, follow the EY Careers India page on Facebook and @EY_IndiaCareers on Instagram.

For any queries regarding the EY Scholarship write into EY.scholarship@in.ey.com
Ready to seize the exceptional EY experience?

#EYScholarship #TheExceptionalEYExperience

Meet the winners of EY Scholarship – Season 8

Saurabh Bharuka

College: Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai
Project Name: E-Kabadiwala
Business Case Summary: 
Solving electronic waste problem.

Amulya Aggarwal

College: Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Delhi
Project Name: Zaraat
Business Case Summary: 
Uplifting farming communities by minimizing post-harvest losses.

Ishanya Chanana

College: Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi
Project Name: Lost&Found
Business Case Summary: 
Brand focusing on mitigating fashion industry's waste problem.

Anshul Chauhan

College: Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore
Project Name: Project Aashirwad
Business Case Summary: 
Facilitating a network of homes for elderly.

Sethastha Pathre P. Kumar

College: B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bangalore (BMSCE)
Project Name: POTENTEV
Business Case Summary: 
An efficient and innovative technology to enhance user experience in the automotive industry.

Hardik Nagpal

College: J.C Bose University of Science & Technology, YMCA Faridabad
Project Name: MUNNI
Business Case Summary: 
Eliminating menstrual pain.

 

 

Utkarsh Anand

College: IIT Dhanbad
Project Name: VIZIJA
Business Case Summary: 
Making e-commerce sites more accessible for colour blind and elderly.

 

 

Himanshu

College: Swami Shraddhanand College, Alipur
Project Name: AuM
Business Case Summary: 
Metaverse and AI based mental health platform.


Yatendra Kumar

College: Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune
Project Name: PIKC
Business Case Summary: 
Identifying toxic chemicals in packaged products and providing healthier alternatives.

Neeraja Mishra

College: SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur
Project Name: ZARIYA
Business Case Summary: 
Creative Economy - Promoting easier access to capital.

Ridhima Goyal

College: Hindu College, Delhi
Project Name: JIVIKA
Business Case Summary: 
Promoting financial literacy amongst urban low income families.


Aditya Jaikumar

College: Ms. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore
Project Name: AEGIS
Business Case Summary: 
Replacing petroleum based plastics with a carbon zero, renewable and cost effective alternative.

For any queries regarding the EY Scholarship program, click here.