What is Quantitative Advisory Services at EY?
As part of the Consulting Financial Services team, we look at how a client’s business is being run, specifically their credit and market risk, and find ways to improve it.
Applications to this programme are now closed. To be the first to find out about our 2020 opportunities, sign up now.
What will you be doing?
- Getting to know our clients and their industry
- Learning different ways to analyse data so you can build better ways of working
- Developing skills for untangling technical problems and sharing them in a non-technical way
Are you eligible to apply?
If you have an honours degree (in a numbers-based subject like mathematics, computer science, statistics, engineering, economics or similar)
by the time the programme starts, this is for you. We’re also keen to meet people who are well-versed in Excel and either SAS, SQL, Python, R or VBA.
from a variety of institutes
Dependent on location, salaries start from £27,600 per year
How’s it structured?
After an EY induction, you’ll get straight to work on projects with a range of clients in different industries. They’ll involve all kinds of business problems so you’ll get the chance to develop both technical analytical skills as well as core consultancy skills.
Day-to-day, you could be performing data analyses, model building and validations, creating solution designs and more. Translating technical methodologies and findings into digestible information for non-technical audiences will also become part of your role, and you’ll polish up your presentation skills since you could be presenting work to clients.
Over the course of the programme, you’ll start studying for a professional qualification, have access to informal training opportunities and lots of support from your team, too.
Where could a consulting career take you?
From degree to Director. Find out how Juliet did it, and how a career can fit into your life at EY, not the other way around.
Meet some of our graduates
Joining QAS - Dominic
Dominic says the best thing about his role is the how he's been able to broaden his horizons and spend time learning. He's learnt a lot about financial markets and s loving the skills he’s developing.
Buliding connections - Hai
The Quantitative Advisory Serice graduate programme has allowed Hai to connect and meet hundreds of colleagues around the world. He is amazed by how truly connected EY is globally.
Working in in QAS - Romana
By the sounds of Romana’s experience, you won’t feel like a new recruit for long. She’s already using her knowledge to support and help others to grow.
What about the extras?
Discounted gym memberships, interest-free loans, generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being a grad at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We offer the Quantitative Advisory Services graduate programme with a March 2019 start in London.
Applications to this programme are now closed.
How to apply
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