EY in Belfast

Student opportunities to make an impact in our Belfast practice and UK&I Delivery Centre.

Belfast Practice

You'll be based in Northern Ireland, working with clients that include the largest share of locally headquartered companies in the Northern Ireland Top 100, listed companies, private equity investors and investees, owner managed businesses and the operations of some of the world’s largest companies. Gain experiences and acquire skills to build your career and create your future, and have the option to study for a professional qualification.

Delivery Centre

Within the UK&I Delivery Centre, there will be two types of role: one offering travel opportunities and unrivaled exposure across the UK&I business, while the other is Belfast-based with extensive opportunities to support our new growth platforms. For both, you'll be adding value and delivering a range of services to our clients. You'll also have a broad range of experience and benefit from a tailored training and development plan to help you grow in your career.

Our Belfast Programmes

Belfast application process

  • Stage 1: Registration

    First, you’ll need to create your account (remember these details so you can log back in easily).

    You’ll then need to choose your programme and your preferred location to work.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 1, please make sure:

    • You know which programme you want to apply for (remember, you can only apply for one)
    • You have access to broadband or high-speed internet and you’re able to install software (you’ll be prompted to install the latest version of Adobe Flash during Stage 3). While our application process works best on Chrome, it’s also supported by Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE10 and later)

    Once finished you’ll go on to stage 2 – Learning about you.

  • Stage 2: Learning about you

    After registering, we'll be looking to learn all about you. It’s where you enter your personal details and experience.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 2, please make sure:

    • When filling out your details, please read the instructions carefully and provide all the details of your qualifications. Finally – it sounds obvious – but don’t forget to proofread your answers before submitting them.

    Ready? Great, let’s get started.

    We’ll let you know immediately if you’re through to the next stage.

  • Stage 3: Learning for the changing world

    Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.

    To make the most of Stage 3, we recommend that you:

    • Use a computer or laptop, rather than a mobile or smartphone
    • Set aside some quiet time to complete the task
    • You may benefit from having a calculator, pen and paper to hand

    During this stage you will also be asked to take a numerical reasoning test (NRT) – this needs to be completed in one sitting (we recommend doing this in a quiet space and using Internet Explorer or Chrome. Avoid using a Mac as this can cause issues). We encourage you to practice as many numerical tests as you can prior to this stage. There are lots of them available online.

    Once you’ve completed the assessment, you’ll receive personalised feedback on the strengths you displayed in the test – and the ones you can improve on. We’ll also let you know if you’re progressing to Stage 4: Learning in person.

  • Stage 4: Learning in person

    If you’ve made it to this stage – congratulations! The next step is to join an EY Experience Day.

    In light of recent developments regarding Covid-19, and to protect the health and well-being of our people and candidates, we’re adapting your upcoming EY Experience Day to take place virtually.

    There are a few things to note before the day:

    • When we contact you to confirm that you’re through to this final stage, you’ll have 48 hours to respond to the invitation and confirm your attendance. If we don’t hear from you, we’ll assume that you won’t be joining us for the EY Experience Day
    • And we won’t be able to move the date of the EY Experience Day – this is fixed based on the programme and location you applied to

    On the day of your virtual EY Experience you'll take part in a number of activities. During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam facility in order to interact with your assessor.

    The day is designed to see if you have the strengths needed for your role at EY but it’s also a chance to see if EY is right for you.

    You’ll receive all the details of the day closer to the time, but here are some top tips and a checklist for you in the meantime to be sure you have everything you need before the day.

    Top tips!

    • To avoid major technical issues on the day, ensure you have downloaded Google Chrome for Windows and MacOS software
    • Ensure you're at home
    • Ensure you're using a computer with a strong internet connection
    • Do NOT use a mobile phone for the call
    • Make sure you have found somewhere quiet and private to complete your EY Experience Day, with no distractions
    • During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam to allow you to interact accordingly with your assessor – so remember to dress appropriately
    • Ensure you have access to a calculator and a notepad/pen

    After the event, we'll let you know if you've been successful. You’ll then receive information about Stage 5 – final interview.

  • Stage 5: Final interview

    The final stage of the process is a final interview with a senior representative from the business. In light of recent developments regarding Covid-19, all final interviews will now take place virtually using video call technology.

    You’ll take part in a short discussion and talk about your motivations for the role you’ve applied for.

    We’ll be in contact with you soon after to let you know if you’ve secured a role with us.

  • Stage 1: Registration

    First, you’ll need to create your account (remember these details so you can log back in easily).

    You’ll then need to choose your programme and your preferred location to work.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 1, please make sure:

    • You know which programme you want to apply for (remember, you can only apply for one)
    • You have access to broadband or high-speed internet and you’re able to install software (you’ll be prompted to install the latest version of Adobe Flash during Stage 3). While our application process works best on Chrome, it’s also supported by Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE10 and later)

    Once finished you’ll go on to stage 2 – Learning about you.

  • Stage 2: Learning about you

    After registering, we'll be looking to learn all about you. It’s where you enter your personal details and experience.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 2, please make sure:

    • When filling out your details, please read the instructions carefully and provide all the details of your qualifications. Finally – it sounds obvious – but don’t forget to proofread your answers before submitting them.

    Ready? Great, let’s get started.

    We’ll let you know immediately if you’re through to the next stage.

  • Stage 3: Learning for the changing world

    Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.

    To make the most of Stage 3, we recommend that you:

    • Use a computer or laptop, rather than a mobile or smartphone
    • Set aside some quiet time to complete the task
    • You may benefit from having a calculator, pen and paper to hand

    During this stage you will also be asked to take a numerical reasoning test (NRT) – this needs to be completed in one sitting (we recommend doing this in a quiet space and using Internet Explorer or Chrome. Avoid using a Mac as this can cause issues). We encourage you to practice as many numerical tests as you can prior to this stage. There are lots of them available online.

    Once you’ve completed the assessment, you’ll receive personalised feedback on the strengths you displayed in the test – and the ones you can improve on. We’ll also let you know if you’re progressing to Stage 4: Learning in person.

  • Stage 4: Learning in person

    If you’ve made it to this stage – congratulations! The next step is to join an EY Experience Day.

    In light of recent developments regarding Covid-19, and to protect the health and well-being of our people and candidates, we’re adapting your upcoming EY Experience Day to take place virtually.

    There are a few things to note before the day:

    • When we contact you to confirm that you’re through to this final stage, you’ll have 48 hours to respond to the invitation and confirm your attendance. If we don’t hear from you, we’ll assume that you won’t be joining us for the EY Experience Day
    • And we won’t be able to move the date of the EY Experience Day – this is fixed based on the programme and location you applied to

    On the day of your virtual EY Experience you'll take part in a number of activities. During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam facility in order to interact with your assessor.

    The day is designed to see if you have the strengths needed for your role at EY but it’s also a chance to see if EY is right for you.

    You’ll receive all the details of the day closer to the time, but here are some top tips and a checklist for you in the meantime to be sure you have everything you need before the day.

    Top tips!

    • To avoid major technical issues on the day, ensure you have downloaded Google Chrome for Windows and MacOS software
    • Ensure you're at home
    • Ensure you're using a computer with a strong internet connection
    • Do NOT use a mobile phone for the call
    • Make sure you have found somewhere quiet and private to complete your EY Experience Day, with no distractions
    • During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam to allow you to interact accordingly with your assessor – so remember to dress appropriately
    • Ensure you have access to a calculator and a notepad/pen

    After the event, we'll let you know if you've been successful and have secured a place!

  • Stage 1: Registration

    First, you’ll need to create your account (remember these details so you can log back in easily).

    You’ll then need to choose your programme and your preferred location to work.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 1, please make sure:

    • You know which programme you want to apply for (remember, you can only apply for one)
    • You have access to broadband or high-speed internet and you’re able to install software (you’ll be prompted to install the latest version of Adobe Flash during Stage 3). While our application process works best on Chrome, it’s also supported by Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE10 and later)

    Once finished you’ll go on to stage 2 – Learning about you.

  • Stage 2: Learning about you

    After registering, we'll be looking to learn all about you. It’s where you enter your personal details and experience.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 2, please make sure:

    • When filling out your details, please read the instructions carefully and provide all the details of your qualifications. Finally – it sounds obvious – but don’t forget to proofread your answers before submitting them.

    Ready? Great, let’s get started.

    We’ll let you know immediately if you’re through to the next stage.

  • Stage 3: Learning for the changing world

    Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.

    To make the most of Stage 3, we recommend that you:

    • Use a computer or laptop, rather than a mobile or smartphone
    • Set aside some quiet time to complete the task
    • You may benefit from having a calculator, pen and paper to hand

    During this stage you will also be asked to take a numerical reasoning test (NRT) – this needs to be completed in one sitting (we recommend doing this in a quiet space and using Internet Explorer or Chrome. Avoid using a Mac as this can cause issues). We encourage you to practice as many numerical tests as you can prior to this stage. There are lots of them available online.

    Once you’ve completed this stage, we’ll share personalised feedback that identifies your key strengths for the world of work, how you can develop them further, and tips and ideas for the strengths you can improve on. We believe this will be helpful for you, no matter where you choose to work.

    We’ll also be in touch to let you know if you’ve secured a place!

  • Stage 1: Registration

    First, you’ll need to create your account (remember these details so you can log back in easily).

    You’ll then need to choose your programme and your preferred location to work.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 1, please make sure:

    • You know which programme you want to apply for (remember, you can only apply for one)
    • You have access to broadband or high-speed internet and you’re able to install software (you’ll be prompted to install the latest version of Adobe Flash during Stage 3). While our application process works best on Chrome, it’s also supported by Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE10 and later)

    Once finished you’ll go on to stage 2 – Learning about you.

  • Stage 2: Learning about you

    After registering, we'll be looking to learn all about you. It’s where you enter your personal details and experience.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 2, please make sure:

    • When filling out your details, please read the instructions carefully and provide all the details of your qualifications. Finally – it sounds obvious – but don’t forget to proofread your answers before submitting them.

    Ready? Great, let’s get started.

    We’ll let you know immediately if you’re through to the next stage.

  • Stage 3: Learning for the changing world

    Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.

    To make the most of Stage 3, we recommend that you:

    • Use a computer or laptop, rather than a mobile or smartphone
    • Set aside some quiet time to complete the task
    • You may benefit from having a calculator, pen and paper to hand

    During this stage you will also be asked to take a numerical reasoning test (NRT) – this needs to be completed in one sitting (we recommend doing this in a quiet space and using Internet Explorer or Chrome. Avoid using a Mac as this can cause issues). We encourage you to practice as many numerical tests as you can prior to this stage. There are lots of them available online.

    Once you’ve completed the assessment, you’ll receive personalised feedback on the strengths you displayed in the test – and the ones you can improve on. We’ll also let you know if you’re progressing to Stage 4: Learning in person.

  • Stage 4: Learning in person

    If you’ve made it to this stage – congratulations! The next step is to join an EY Experience Day.

    In light of recent developments regarding Covid-19, and to protect the health and well-being of our people and candidates, we’re adapting your upcoming EY Experience Day to take place virtually.

    There are a few things to note before the day:

    • When we contact you to confirm that you’re through to this final stage, you’ll have 48 hours to respond to the invitation and confirm your attendance. If we don’t hear from you, we’ll assume that you won’t be joining us for the EY Experience Day
    • And we won’t be able to move the date of the EY Experience Day – this is fixed based on the programme and location you applied to

    On the day of your virtual EY Experience you'll take part in a number of activities. During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam facility in order to interact with your assessor.

    The day is designed to see if you have the strengths needed for your role at EY but it’s also a chance to see if EY is right for you.

    You’ll receive all the details of the day closer to the time, but here are some top tips and a checklist for you in the meantime to be sure you have everything you need before the day.

    Top tips!

    • To avoid major technical issues on the day, ensure you have downloaded Google Chrome for Windows and MacOS software
    • Ensure you're at home
    • Ensure you're using a computer with a strong internet connection
    • Do NOT use a mobile phone for the call
    • Make sure you have found somewhere quiet and private to complete your EY Experience Day, with no distractions
    • During the exercises, you'll be required to use a webcam to allow you to interact accordingly with your assessor – so remember to dress appropriately
    • Ensure you have access to a calculator and a notepad/pen

    After the event, we'll let you know if you've been successful. You’ll then receive information about Stage 5 – final interview.

  • Stage 5: Final interview

    The final stage of the process is a final interview with a senior representative from the business. In light of recent developments regarding Covid-19, all final interviews will now take place virtually using video call technology.

    You’ll take part in a short discussion and talk about your motivations for the role you’ve applied for.

    We’ll be in contact with you soon after to let you know if you’ve secured a role with us.

  • Stage 1: Registration

    First, you’ll need to create your account (remember these details so you can log back in easily).

    You’ll then need to choose your programme and your preferred location to work.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 1, please make sure:

    • You know which programme you want to apply for (remember, you can only apply for one)
    • You have access to broadband or high-speed internet and you’re able to install software (you’ll be prompted to install the latest version of Adobe Flash during Stage 3). While our application process works best on Chrome, it’s also supported by Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE10 and later)

    Once finished you’ll go on to stage 2 – Learning about you.

  • Stage 2: Learning about you

    After registering, we'll be looking to learn all about you. It’s where you enter your personal details and experience.

    We want to make sure that your application process is as straightforward as possible. So, before you get started with Stage 2, please make sure:

    • When filling out your details, please read the instructions carefully and provide all the details of your qualifications. Finally – it sounds obvious – but don’t forget to proofread your answers before submitting them.

    Ready? Great, let’s get started.

    We’ll let you know immediately if you’re through to the next stage.

  • Stage 3: Learning for the changing world

    Technology is changing our world – but how is it affecting the way people work? You’ll explore this with case studies, multiple-choice questions and an online test. This will allow us to identify your key strengths and the things that you’re naturally good at for this technology-focused world.

    To make the most of Stage 3, we recommend that you:

    • Use a computer or laptop, rather than a mobile or smartphone
    • Set aside some quiet time to complete the task
    • You may benefit from having a calculator, pen and paper to hand

    During this stage you will also be asked to take a numerical reasoning test (NRT) – this needs to be completed in one sitting (we recommend doing this in a quiet space and using Internet Explorer or Chrome. Avoid using a Mac as this can cause issues). 

    On average, this stage will take 60-90 minutes to complete although this stage is not timed so you can spend longer if needed.

    We encourage you to practice as many numerical tests as you can prior to this stage. There are lots of them available online.

    Once you’ve completed the assessment, you’ll receive personalised feedback on the strengths you displayed in the test – and the ones you can improve on. We’ll also let you know if you’ve secured a place!