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IT's not just for the boys!

Female STEM students looking to forge successful careers in tech.


About us

EY is a global professional services organisation with scale, vision, and an important purpose that is at the heart of shaping the future. We work with many of the world’s largest businesses, helping them navigate ever-changing markets and technology so that they can be equipped with better solutions for tomorrow. 80% of our 100,000-strong client books are in the Fortune 500, so for smart, curious graduates, working at EY offers the opportunity to change how world-leading organisations do business.

We depend on high-performing teams – our people are from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds working together to help clients drive innovations on the issues that matter most. We operate across four service lines: Assurance, Consulting, Tax and Transactions.

Bright and ambitious students and graduates looking for an unrivalled breadth of opportunities, and who thrive on change and challenge, will be in their element here. We recruit people based on their strengths and future potential, not simply their academic background, and we offer an incredibly diverse range of paths, roles, and opportunities. With this comes exceptional training and development that make the most of those strengths, and our collaborative culture gives people the continuous support they need to thrive.

Graduate opportunities

We have seven business areas graduates can join us: Actuarial, Assurance, Consulting, Law, Tax, Technology and Transactions.

All of our programmes are currently opened, and we will close as we fill our roles. We also may open roles as we need, so please keep checking our website for further information and programmes opening.

EY salaries are competitive.

How to apply

We have a 5 step process for our campus programmes:

  1. Complete the online application form
  2. Completed our online strengths assessments
  3. If successful, you’ll have a telephone interview
  4. You’ll then be invited to an assessment centre
  5. Finally a Partner interview


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