What is Business Modelling at EY?
Evaluating a potential transaction, market opportunity or strategic decision involves a lot of complex factors. We bring them all together in quantitative business models that help our clients understand the implications and act accordingly.
Applications to our 2019 programme are now closed. Register your interest for our 2020 opportunities now.
What will you be doing?
- Working with local and international clients
- Learning from industry experts on real client projects
- Developing your analytical and relationship-building skills
Are you eligible to apply?
If you’re in your penultimate year at uni studying a degree in Financial Economics, Financial Risk Management, Accounting, Finance Investment, Business Studies, Economics or similar or, you’re already in your final year but will be doing a one-year master’s degree or taking a gap year, this internship is for you.
Business skills training
Paid work experience
How’s it structured?
Be completely immersed in the world of work at EY. After a company induction, you’ll start developing an understanding of Business Modelling and develop your knowledge and will soon be ready to work alongside graduates on real client projects. If you’re great at your job, you might even be fast-tracked into a graduate role when you finish uni.
Where could a transactions career take you?
Having studied languages, Sam’s found his skills surprisingly useful at EY. See where in the world they’ve taken him.
What about the extras?
A generous pension plan is just one of the perks that comes with being a summer intern at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We're not open for this programme currently.
How to apply
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