Ernst & Young Undergraduate Summer Internship

Posted 6 March by Inspiring Interns Featured

EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over.

EY - Summer Internship

Start today.

Change tomorrow.

Kick start your career with a paid internship

If you’re smart, curious and ambitious, EY will give you all of the opportunities you need to make an impact on yourself, and the wider world. With plans to double global revenues by 2020, and with 231,000 people working out of 700 offices in 150 countries contributing to this growth, EY will help you build the future that’s right for you.

Open to penultimate and final year students (studying for a Masters’ or having a gap year), the EY Summer Internship is an opportunity to work on client projects. You’ll get world-class training and development, learn from EY experts, build connections and get a clear idea about the right career for you. We have two options, four or six weeks across July and August 2018.

Why EY?

We’re right at the heart of the changing world of business and work, leading the way in a world that’s being disrupted by technology at an unprecedented rate. Our people come from a huge range of backgrounds, and they ask the better questions that lead to better answers, and work with our clients in better solutions. With a deep understanding of how businesses work, we prompt the disruptive thinking that enables our clients to do better business.

We recruit students based on their strengths, and we offer an incredibly diverse range of paths, roles, and opportunities because doing what you’re naturally good at enables you to perform at your best - and most importantly, enjoy it. We also invest in training and development to hone your strengths for use in a global business, and we value your ideas and opinions.

Why the EY Summer Internship?

The paid EY Summer Internship gives you the time you need to get a feel for EY.

Working within one of our four service lines - Assurance, Consulting, Tax or Transactions - you can choose to work with clients that span many UK industry sectors, or you can focus solely on Financial Services clients.

You’ll receive world-class training and development as you work to your strengths and discover what it means to build a better working world.

Which areas of EY can I join?

We work across fours service lines, Assurance, Consulting, Tax and Transactions. Within these service lines we have the following business areas you can work within:


You need courage and integrity to navigate the complex demands of regulation and business stakeholders.


Have you got what it takes to weigh up major regulatory change, the rise of emerging markets, technological change and an uncertain economy?


Our clients are looking for new ways to innovate while they wrestle with complex issues. Can you ask better questions and come up with better answers?


Could you advise on strategies to raise, invest, optimise and preserve capital? It needs many kinds of people to make the right decisions, but you'll need nerves for the deal and a head for detail.


Could you help our clients navigate the growing, complex world of international tax?


The right technology transforms organisations and lives. Can you help our clients to improve performance, manage risk and drive innovation?

EY Summer Internship means

• Paid experience of real work in a global business environment

• Sharpened commercial awareness, knowledge and skills

• A better understanding of your strengths and how to use them at work

What happens after the EY Summer Internship?

If EY is the right place for you to make the impact you want, you could secure a job offer before you graduate.

Find out more about the EY Summer Internship and apply at: http://2EjDD2c

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