If you’re in your penultimate year at university, or if you’re already in your final year but will be doing a one-year Master’s degree, or taking a gap year, this internship is for you. We operate an open access policy, meaning we don’t screen out applications on your academic performance alone. You will however, need to be working towards an honours degree in any subject, have a minimum of grade 4/C GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths and three A-levels/Five Highers (or equivalent) to be eligible to apply.
We welcome applications from all academic backgrounds and are looking for individuals who will succeed at EY in the desired role and future qualifications, therefore throughout our recruitment process your academic performance will be considered against your online assessment scores to determine your suitability for an EY role. We are also proud to partner with RARE recruitment, so that your application can be processed in the context of your socio-economic background. This allows us to give you the maximum credit for your achievements, assessing whether you have overachieved in light of your personal circumstances.
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Six week internship - Please note: Due to UK policies, you must be based in the UK for the entire duration of the programme.
Competitive paid work experience
Start your career journey
Join a supportive and inclusive culture, build your strengths and develop new business skills. Working on client projects, gain insight into our service offerings and become an integral part of our team. We're proud to have won awards for being one of the best companies to work for.
Business skills training
You'll have access to a broad suite of learning resources to develop your consulting and technical skills including our EY Badges programme which offers structured learning leading to accreditation in a range of of subject domains including data visualisation, innovation and blockchain.
How’s it structured?
After kicking things off with an EY induction, you’ll join a team and start working on real client projects. At this point, you can stop thinking of yourself as an intern and start thinking of yourself as a consultant. Don’t forget that your colleagues can help and teach you, too, so ask lots of questions. If you do a great job, you could be offered a place on a graduate programme to come back to, when you finish university.