What is the Degree Apprenticeship in Business Leadership and Management?
Financial services companies have never been more scrutinised or more highly regulated. As part of our Advisory Service Delivery business area, we help them manage issues such as anti-money laundering and cyber security, so they can focus on what they do best.
This programme is available in Newcastle.
What will you be doing?
- Working on client projects including key IT issues, helping them assess, transform and monitor their risks and controls, either as stand-alone services or alongside our Advisory colleagues
- Studying one day a week towards your degree
- Enjoying access to qualifications in areas like anti-money laundering, cyber security or mortgage advice
Are you eligible to apply?
You’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English & Maths; if you don’t have this, don’t worry, we’ll arrange the required learning to
complete as part of your programme. If you’re on track to achieve three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent
by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you.
Up to £21,750
Dependent on location, salaries up to £21,750 per year
accredited by Northumbria University
as a Chartered Manager
How's it structured ?
After a full induction, you’ll spend the majority of your time working with your team and typically, one day a week at university. That makes for a combination of real-world experience and knowledge that supports your progression to Associate level and beyond. As well as your degree, you’ll also gain the opportunity to work towards tailored qualifications specific to managed services, that will help you get ahead in your management career.
Where could a Advisory Service Delivery career take you?
Advisory Service Delivery at EY is a relatively new area, so there are lots of exciting opportunities for you to make friends, set your own goals, grow and progress quickly.
Meet our apprentices
Joining Advisory Service Delivery
Three things made up Nicole’s mind to join EY: reputation, location and the culture. Now that she’s here, she also likes how managers aren’t in an ivory tower – among many other things.
Omar's journey so far
First year degree apprentice Omar shares his experience on the programme so far and how he is balancing work and study.
How to apply
Ready to apply? This info and advice should come in handy.
What about the extras?
From access to FlexEY’s benefits programme to generous pension plans and discounted gym memberships – there are lots of perks to being an apprentice at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We currently offer the Degree Apprenticeship in Business Leadership and Management in Newcastle.