What is the Leading Women programme?
If you're in your penultimate year at university, have an interest or experience in leadership and want to get ahead in your career - our Leading Women programme could be right for you. It’s one week of paid work experience within one of our service line teams (Assurance, Tax or Transactions) across the UK. You'll be shadowing inspirational senior women within our business and supporting on real client work. You’ll hear about what we’re doing to promote gender equality in our industry and within EY and you'll hear about the career opportunities available to you with us. At the end of your placement, you’ll get personalised career counselling to help you decide where you want to go and how we can help you get there.
Applications to this programme are now open in the following locations:
Assurance: Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Manchester
Applications to remaining locations will open later this year. Please register your interest here for further updates.
Are you eligible to apply?
Our 2020 programme will run for one week starting, Monday 15th June 2020. You must be in your penultimate year at university, have an interest and are able to demonstrate your leadership strengths and be available for the programme start date on, Monday 15 June. You’ll also need to have a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, and three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent.
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What's the experience like?
Want to know what it's like to take part in the EY Leading Women programme? We asked students from last year's programme to share their views.
I found the culture at EY to be very welcoming and inclusive
It felt incredible to be able to work within such a large organisation and I would definitely recommend work experience at EY to other students
You hit the ground running from day one and are given the opportunity to get really involved
I learnt so much over a week that will be invaluable towards my future career ideas
How to apply
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