What is Economic Advisory at EY?
We use the principles of economics to help clients make better decisions around policy, regulation and commercial activities. Our work is based on rigorous quantitative analysis combined with a deep understanding of different industries.
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What will you be doing?
- Developing specialist expertise while working with major companies
- Taking ownership of complex, sometimes high-profile projects
- Communicating with colleagues and clients across global locations
Are you eligible to apply?
If you have a Masters-level Economics or an honours-level Econometrics degree by the time the programme starts, this is for you.
courses in technical and personal skills
London only programme
How’s it structured?
After an EY induction, you’ll join your team in Economic Advisory. Working with senior-level people means you’re given responsibility and the chance to pick up lots of knowledge, quickly. As soon as you’re ready, you’ll be working on client projects on a range of model build and review assignments covering a variety of issues and sectors. You’ll become an expert at using tools like Excel, Alteryx and Spotfire and successfully advise clients on how to get the results they want.
You can also expect lots of training and development opportunities, including a four-day modelling boot camp. When the programme finishes, you could be promoted to an Executive and will be a part of a global network of EY business modelling professionals, where opportunities for overseas secondments often come up.
Where could a transactions career take you?
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Meet some of our graduates
Working in Transactions – Keyan
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Making a difference at EY – Lizzie
See why we’ve been quick to tap into Lizzie’s skills beyond the subject she’d studied and how she’s even been asked to stand in for a director!
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 Economic Advisory graduate programme in London.
We're not open for this programme currently.
How to apply
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