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Get Future Ready blog - Bianca

Speaking to my fellow panelists at the EY ‘Get Future Ready’ event, I found it very interesting that we had similar ideas around the importance of gaining new experiences, exploring opportunities and being visible within an organisation.

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My tips and advice for a career at EY

I am a Student Recruitment Advisor and manage EY’s relationship with the Universities of Manchester, Lancaster, Liverpool, Hull and York as well as engagement with Schools/Colleges in the North West region. I am responsible for campus activity for recruitment across all service lines for summer internships, industrial year placements, school leavers programmes and graduate schemes. We welcome applications from students of all disciplines and stages of their University degree.

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My biggest piece of advice

I am currently working as a Student Recruitment Associate based in our London office. My priorities are London universities and schools, making sure that students are aware of the opportunities that EY offer. This may include attending careers fairs, organising events on campus and establishing relationships with key stakeholders on campus. I also help with recruitment, running assessment centres and speaking to candidates.

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3 things to think about when you’re applying

Completing applications for anything can be a daunting experience – whether it’s for a job, a gym membership or a bank account! There are lots of different sections and often you won’t know what information is required until you start the process. Having said that, they do have their plus points. Job applications, in particular, are a great way to demonstrate to a company that you are serious about the opportunity and have taken the time to do your research.

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Your strengths

Your strengths as an individual, along with your experiences of life, tell us a lot about you and the impact you could make in our global business. We value your individual strengths because they help us to predict your future potential. For you, knowing your strengths and working to them is fundamental to your success.

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Last minute tips and adding polish to your interview

Preparation is key to performing well in any interview or assessment centre - all successful applicants will tell you that. This article will take a close look at a number of top tips, to make sure you put your best possible self forward.

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The Group Exercise

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The Decision

It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make: what to do when you finish school. We've got top advice from the people who've been there and done it, so you can make your journey in business as successful as possible.

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Start a successful career without a degree

Not going to uni? Matt Gubba is an entrepreneur with a mission: to help young people succeed without a degree. Here’s his advice on how to hit the ground running in your first job out of school.

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Applying to the EY Business Apprenticeship

If you’re thinking about applying to one of our 2017 Schools programmes or experiences, here’s more detail on what you will need to do next, with the exception of the EY Scholarship.

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5 things I wish I'd known about Advisory

My name is Robert Phillips, I am a final year student at the University of Manchester, where I study Philosophy, Politics and Economics and I have just finished three brilliant years on the EY Advisory Scholarship Programme. The EY Advisory Scholarship is based in Advisory, so as a ‘heads up’, here are five things I wish I’d known before I joined.

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Explaining FIDS and FTDS

We have just added exciting new roles to the September intake of the EY School Leaver programme in our FIDS and FTDS teams. In case you're confused as to what these actually stand for we've created a handy little summary!