Why you don't need a 2:1 or a 1st to apply to EY
It’s been two years since we removed academic criteria as a barrier to entry for our graduate programmes. We went live on Debut to tell you what’s really important to us. EY Student Recruiment Advisor, Harriet and EY Graduate Tryfonas talk about hiring students based on their strengths - not their grades.
Demystifying professional qualifications
Professional qualifications are a great way to open doors in your career. They’re globally recognised, increase your employability and help you excel in your career. But how do you get them and where can they take you? We went live on Debut to answer those questions. Helen, EY Student Attraction Advisor and Tishina, EMEIA FSO Transaction Advisory Services Analyst, talked exclusively to Debut to clear up questions you had.
The importance of supporting women in the workplace
We take the support of women in the workplace seriously and have many female-centric programmes in place at their offices. Debut invited two EY employees, Karimah, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Manager, and Amaka, Student Attraction Advisor, to DebutLive to discuss how EY are championing our female employees across the globe, and why other companies should do the same.
Clare - my biggest piece of advice
Clare has 5 tips to help you in the application process. But her most important piece of advice is... persevere.LEARN MORE
Amaka - advice for starting your career
Amaka, who recruits from schools and universities, says the most important thing is to find something that you really enjoy doing. Then you'll do it well.LEARN MORE
Alex - tips for a career at EY
Alex, who recruits in the north of England, suggests you get to know EY as early as you can.READ MORE
Amy - how to prepare for an interview
Amy takes you through the S.T.A.R. technique for preparing for interview. Her top tip: put the hours in to prepare and try and be aware of your strengths.LEARN MORE
Have you met us on campus?
Hear from Clare on what to do next.READ MORE