What is Economic Advisory at EY?
We use the principles of economics to help clients make better decisions around policy, regulation and commercial activities. Our work is based on rigorous quantitative analysis combined with a deep understanding of different industries.
Applications to our 2019 programme are now closed. Register your interest for our 2020 opportunities now.
What will you be doing?
- Working with local and international clients
- Learning from industry experts on real client projects
- Developing your analytical and relationship-building skills
Are you eligible to apply?
If you’re in your penultimate year at uni completing an Economics or Econometrics degree course or, you’re already in your final year
but will be doing a one-year master’s degree or taking a gap year, this internship is for you. Having a strong academic background in a competition and regulatory economics, evaluation of public and regulatory policy, economic impact assessment or economic forecasting topic is a bonus.
Start your career journey
Join a supportive and inclusive culture, build your strengths and develop new business skills to set you on the right path in your career. Working on client projects, gain insight into our service offerings and become an integral part of our team. We are proud to have won several awards for being one of the best companies to work for. Find out more: ukcareers.ey.com/students/why-ey/inclusivity
Paid work experience
How’s it structured?
Be completely immersed in the world of work at EY. After a company induction, you’ll start developing an understanding of Economic Advisory and develop your knowledge and will soon be ready to work alongside graduates on real client projects. If you’re great at your job, you might even be fast-tracked into a graduate role when you finish uni.
Where could a transactions career take you?
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What about the extras?
Regular mentoring and coaching, on-the-job training, a competitive salary, flexible working and a generous pension plan are just some of the perks that come with being a summer intern at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We currently offer the Economic Advisory summer internship in London.
We're not open for this programme currently.
How to apply
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