How your trait fits in at EY

The analytical brains, the inquisitive minds, the networking personalities, they’re the kind of people who thrive in the EY Graduate Programme and they’re the kinds of people we need to help us solve new problems, in new ways. For instance, quick thinkers excel in areas like engineering and finance, which need supreme numeracy, a flair for reactive solutions and an imagination for alternative ideas.

Whatever your natural talents, our world-class coaching and career-development support is tailored to help you naturally develop them as you pursue your professional qualifications. While there will be a certain focus on building your technical skillset, we also want you to gain the skills needed to manage your workload and create a healthy work-life balance.

Jane's talent

I have been a tennis player and a strategic thinker since I was 10 years old. While speed and power are important aspects of the game, the best players are those who can problem solve, especially when under great pressure.

Top Tips for developing your talent

When you are looking to apply to EY, we appreciate you want some help. With this in mind we asked some of our current graduates and HR specialists to share their top tips for the application process, what you can do to prepare for your interview and how to stand out from the crowd.

EY Graduate Programmes

No matter what your natural talent, if you’re inquisitive, analytical, personable, inventive, perceptive or a natural leader, there is a Graduate Programme at EY tailored just for you. With five areas to choose from – Assurance, Advisory, Tax, Transactions and IT, Data Analytics & Cyber – here’s everything you need to know.

Why EY?

There are many reasons why someone would want to join us here at EY Ireland. These include our continued double digit growth, our benefits, our Vision 2020 and our flexible working model. That’s why over 3,000 students apply to our graduate programme every single year.