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Olivia - Financial Services, Tax

Olivia graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in accounting and finance in 2012. Prior to joining EY as a graduate she did her industrial placement with us in 2010. Olivia is now a manager in Financial Services Tax in our Leeds office.

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My tips on how to to prepare for an interview

My role at EY is, Student Recruitment Advisor. This sees me running workshops and events for students, along with managing a pool of EY volunteers who represent our brand. I create and manage marketing plans to ensure that we have brand exposure and interaction with students throughout the year. I am a member of the EY Women's Network and I also take on the position of Disability Champion.

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My tips and advice for a career at EY

I am a Student Recruitment Advisor and manage EY’s relationship with the Universities of Manchester, Lancaster, Liverpool, Hull and York as well as engagement with Schools/Colleges in the North West region. I am responsible for campus activity for recruitment across all service lines for summer internships, industrial year placements, school leavers programmes and graduate schemes. We welcome applications from students of all disciplines and stages of their University degree.

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My biggest piece of advice

I am currently working as a Student Recruitment Associate based in our London office. My priorities are London universities and schools, making sure that students are aware of the opportunities that EY offer. This may include attending careers fairs, organising events on campus and establishing relationships with key stakeholders on campus. I also help with recruitment, running assessment centres and speaking to candidates.

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Joining a Business Apprenticeship – Joe

Joe joined the Business Apprenticeship programme in 2016 after completing his studies at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College. He now works in the Birmingham office in our IT Risk and Assurance Service Line

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Support to succeed

It is still rare to find an organisation that truly embraces the concept of inclusivity within its workforce, despite the legal protections in place.

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EY and the Arts

EY has supported the visual arts for over 20 years and we are members of some of the most visited museums and galleries across the UK. From free access to exhibitions to exclusive private tours, lunchtime talks from art specialists to art guide training, there are a number of benefits our people have access to.

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Kara, UKI Assurance - Aberdeen

Kara is based in our Aberdeen office, and completed her studies at Hazlehead Academy.

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Murray, UKI Tax - Glasgow

Murray is based in our Glasgow office, and completed his studies at Prestwick Academy.

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Kirsty

Kirsty is based in our Inverness office, and completed her studies at Charleston Academy.

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Why choose the EY School Leaver programme

In September 2014, 73 business trainees joined their home EY office after three weeks of inductions and professional study. We asked six of them ‘Why did you choose the EY School Leaver programme’ and what they are looking forward to in the next few weeks. Here’s what they had to say.

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Why I chose the Advisory Scholarship - Georgina

When thinking about leaving College, there was only one option for me… Warwick University reading Accounting and Finance. Since the age of 13, I knew exactly what I wanted to study and where I wanted to study it. I loved Warwick from the moment I stepped on campus all those years ago when looking at universities with my older sister and I knew that continuing education was right for me. But somewhere in the back of my mind there was that niggling annoyance of knowing how expensive university can be and that it doesn’t always lead to a graduate position straight away.