EY NextGen Women

Fast forward your career with EY NextGen Women – a global competition for women with the potential to have a fulfilling career in EY Strategy and Transactions.

If you could do something that matters, what would it be?

The EY NextGen Women in Strategy and Transactions competition allows talented women to fast forward their careers.


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Are you part of the next generation of women in Strategy and Transactions?

We want to be inspired by women like you – purpose-driven women who challenge conventional ways of thinking, dare to ask questions, seek better answers and work to build a better world.

The EY NextGen Women in Strategy and Transactions competition aims to inspire the next generation of exceptional female talent to pursue an exciting and fulfilling career in Strategy and Transactions.

EY Strategy and Transactions helps enable clients to navigate complexity by reimagining their ecosystems, reshaping their portfolios and reinventing themselves for a better future. Bringing together a global ecosystem of world-class thinkers, EY teams help design and deliver real-world strategies for EY clients.

We hope to foster a community where women from varying backgrounds can learn, be challenged and develop relationships and skills that will last a lifetime.

EY NextGen Women 2022 Global Finals overview

Download the event brochure to find out more about the last year’s competition and finalist.

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About the EY NextGen Women Competition

The first phase of the competition takes place in local countries. Finalists of each country challenged to think critically as they undertake both group and individual challenges. The country winners are invited to attend the global final. They work together to solve a case study, culminating with the announcement of the EY NextGen Women global winner.


Women. Fast forward

The EY organization is passionate about investing in the development of future female leaders. Studies have shown that women’s advancement and leadership are key to business performance and economic prosperity. To help companies drive inclusive growth by focusing on their capital and transaction strategy through to execution, we must build diverse and purpose-driven teams.


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Frequently asked questions

  • Who is the competition for?

    EY NextGen Women is open to women currently studying at university level or equivalent and who are interested in a future career in Strategy and Transactions.

    Please refer to the eligibility criteria for more details.

  • How do I enter?

    The last day to register was 1 May 2023. This is now closed.

  • What can I win?

    By entering the competition, you can make meaningful connections with EY leadership that will benefit your career. You will have the opportunity to network with like-minded women and EY Strategy and Transactions leaders working in a global organization to differentiate yourself from other graduates in an increasingly competitive job market.

    The selected country winner will be invited to attend the global final event to represent India and compete for EY NextGen Women - FY 2023 title. The global winner will embark on a paid once-in-a-lifetime EY internship, that takes her across the world

    The top finalists of country final round will get employment opportunity to work with Strategy & Transactions, EY India.

Final Stage: The EY NextGen Women country level winner will then participate in the Global EY NextGen women competition. The event will be attended by the Global Strategy and Transactions leadership team and the Global talent team. The program will entail competitive elements, educational elements and other team building and networking activities.

Congratulations to Navya Garg from Ramjas College, Delhi on winning the EY NextGen Women 2023 India competition. Navya Garg will represent EY India in the EY NextGen Women 2023 global final.

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