What is the EMEIA Tax Centre at EY?
We specialise in helping client in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) to review and improve how they pay tax by looking at every element of their business.
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?
- Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of FTSE 100 clients
- Learning how to apply the tools and technology we use, within a Tax Technology Transformation team
- Attending client meetings and supporting consultants
Are you eligible to apply?
If you’re in your penultimate year at uni studying a STEM degree, 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?
Join the EMEIA Tax Centre summer internship and you’ll gain experience as part of our Tax Technology Transformation team. We assess how people, processes and technology are managed in a business, and you’ll be in the thick of it from day one.
After kicking things off with an induction to EY and training in essential business skills, you’ll soon be doing the same work as our graduates on real client projects. If it goes well, you could be going back to uni knowing you have a graduate job with us afterwards.
Where could a tax career take you?
Working in an environment that values and stretches you can positively impact your career progression. Just ask Stephanie, she feels like the world is her oyster.
Meet one of our summer interns
Completing a Tax summer internship – Alex
How did Alex get to take a five-day business trip to Amsterdam with EY, after only four weeks on a summer internship? Find out here.
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 currently offer the EMEIA Tax Centre summer internship in London.
Applications to this programme are now closed.
How to apply
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