THE EY BUSINESS APPRENTICESHIP

We currently offer EY Business Apprenticeship opportunities in four areas of our business. Whichever you join, you'll have the chance to drive lasting change, take advantage of new technology and help build a better working world from day one.

Assurance

Our Assurance teams analyse the data behind our clients’ businesses to give them, their investors, and market regulators a clear picture of what’s going on in their business. Do you have the eye for detail needed to work in Assurance?

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Tax

Lots of our clients pay tax all over the world, and tax regulations are constantly changing. Could you think of new innovations to ensure your clients pay the right tax at the right time?

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Transactions

Money is continually being raised, invested, and used to buy and sell all the time. Could you help people to make the right decisions about it? You'll need nerves for the deal, a head for detail and a passion for new technology.

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Consulting

Our clients are looking for new ways to innovate while they wrestle with complex issues. Can you ask better questions and use digital tools to come up with better answers?

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DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS

Experience the best of both worlds, combining study and paid work experience.

Degree Apprenticeship in Digital innovation

Develop the digital skills you need to be at the forefront of technology and business.

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Degree Apprenticeship in Managed Services

An exciting opportunity to work and study towards a BSc in management and business in partnership with Northumbria University.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

If you are still studying, you must be completing 3 A levels, 5 Highers or equivalent qualifications. If you are now working, you’ll have attained 3 A levels, 5 Highers or equivalent qualifications.

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