The EY Academy Podcast
We are delighted to introduce you to the EY Academy podcast which has been designed specifically for students. We'll be pushing out new episodes each week on topics that are relevant to students and that will help them in their studies and future career choices.
Applications are now closed for our Summer Internship Programme
Our 12 week, fully paid internship is a great way to gain professional work experience and learn new skills.
1 day programme open to 1st & 2nd year students from all academic backgrounds looking to gain an insight into the world of professional services.
Top Tips for Applying to EY
So you've already heard that Applications for our 2018 Summer Internship are now open. You may have also heard that our application form takes just 15 minutes to complete. Amazing! Thinking about applying? Why not take a look at some of our top tips below. You'll also find a straight-forward breakdown of our business structure, in particular the difference between UK&I and FSO at EY
EY Student Recruitment take home a regional award in London
On Wednesday 6th September the Student Recruitment team travelled to London to attend the EY UKI Better Begins With You awards ceremony in Westminster. They were crowned regional winners of the Creating Exceptional EY Experiences category for their overhaul of EY's Graduate Recruitment campaign and processes in the last 12 months.
International Men's Day
To celebrate International Men's Day on Sunday 19 November we interviewed a number of inspiring and influential men here in EY Ireland to get their thoughts on issues facing men their age, gender parity, their hopes for the next generation and more. Check out the final interview of the series below.
Graduate of the week - Stephen
He started in FS Assurance during his summer internship in 2014. He went back to college as an EY Brand Ambassador and rejoined on our Grad Programme. EY and Stephen just couldn’t be kept apart!
Grad2Grad - EY Graduates tell you their stories
"Vibrant and exciting" is how Hazel would describe starting your career in EY. She hails from the Hurling capital of the world, Kilkenny. She pursued and earned her First Class honours in Economics and Finance from the University of Limerick.
Working in Dublin’s docklands, helping to Audit one of Ireland’s largest and coolest Tech companies.
There’s a crossover between Mark’s personal and professional life. Busy, well-travelled, and looking to achieve the next big thing.
During the downtime of the college summer months, she managed a bookmakers in her local town back home. Having a leadership and managerial role at such a young age was a great platform to start her career at EY.
Impressively he grew up playing provincial and national level football and rugby. While he no longer has the time to maintain those levels of commitment to sport he’s still big into fitness and keen to stay fit thanks to EY’s free gym membership! ;)
Before joining EY he was doing his own thing….in a good way! He worked on various different projects which included his own start-ups in India and even an events management firm
"I chose EY because they were the most open to something different and somebody different such as myself".
The Financial Services sector has afforded Rob the opportunity to work right in the heart of the world’s business world.
Analytics is about asking questions “Is there a better way to approach the problem or a better question to be asked”.