If you’re already considering an alternative to university, this programme will help you build the skills you need for a head start on the EY Business Apprenticeship. The EY Business Academy balances on-the-job experience with business skills sessions. You’ll be a valued of part of a team of world-class professionals, helping to make a difference to our clients and their businesses. The EY Business Academy is a great way to work out whether the EY Business Apprenticeship is right for you.
Making decisions about your future career isn’t easy, and that’s why as one of the UK’s top employers for school leavers we’ve created the EY Business Academy- a one-week paid work experience programme for year 12 students, running in a number of our offices across the UK.
Over the course of one-week you’ll learn fast and experience more on the EY Business Academy, supporting on real work for real clients. That means you’ll be a valued of part of a team of world-class professionals, helping to make a difference to our clients and their businesses. Not long ago our apprentices were in your shoes, weighing up their options. You’ll learn from their experience at EY so far, getting a more accurate picture of what it’s like to work with a global professional services firm like EY. Working alongside school leavers completing the EY Business Apprenticeship will help you decide whether you’re ready to follow in their footsteps.
Looking to apply for the EY Business Apprenticeship? The EY Business Academy is a great way to work out whether the EY Business Apprenticeship is right for you. We expect that some of the school leavers taking part in EY Business Academy will secure a place on the 2019 EY Business Apprenticeship. If you’re one of them, not only will you set your career off in a great direction, you’ll take a lot of pressure off your final year at school.
You must be in year 12/5th year completing 3 A levels, 5 Highers or equivalent qualifications
Register your Interest
Please register for 2018 opportunities here
Applications open 1st November 2017