Ernst & Young is 144,000 people, in 700 locations across 140 countries around the world. We work with our clients on advisory, assurance, corporate finance and tax to help them realise the potential in their organisations. Some of the biggest and best-known names in business and industry come to us for advice. Anticipating and meeting their needs is the most important thing we do. It takes ingenuity, creativity and hard work.
Our business is built around our UK and international clients. We're integrated across 87 countries in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA). We created this structure because that's how most of our clients are organised. It gives you the opportunity to work in the UK and EMEIA in borderless and expert teams. So from day one, you can expect to take on real business issues and start building relationships with clients.
The Ernst & Young graduate scheme
We'll give you first-rate training, a dedicated counsellor as well as a senior mentor, but the direction and drive comes from you. And there's no need for your background or your degree to decide your direction - right through a career at Ernst & Young it's your choices that influence the path you take, not your past. If you're studying for a professional qualification you'll receive all the support you need to succeed. And you'll have access to a great breadth and depth of experience, it's there to help you develop your strengths, discover new ones and achieve your own potential.
What you need:
Most positions at Ernst & Young require the following:
- A grade A or grade B for GCSE Mathematics and English Language
- 300 UCAS points (excluding general studies)
- Predicted 2.1 honours degree (any discipline)
Some positions may require higher qualifications, such as actuarial or advisory roles.
Equivalent foreign qualifications (e.g. Scottish Highers) are accepted.