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EY Career



How to join EY

Are you a senior student or recent graduate with an economics, IT or technical background? Or a master’s degree student available to work full-time? You can join us by choosing one of our vacancies or becoming an intern on a special internship program.

What to do?

1.      Choose the branch you’re interested in

2.      Check if there are open vacancies for the chosen EY department

3.      Send your CV to the specified address or fill in the form on the vacancy page. You can find our advice on CVs here

4.      Take our tests and achieve high results

5.      Prepare for job interviews with an HR specialist, team members and a manager

6.      Consider an offer – if everything is good for you

7.      Get ready to become a new business star!

What we look for:

Senior student or recent graduate (economics or technical studies) or a master’s degree student (available to work full-time) with advanced analytical skills. For some positions we need candidates with a specific background and knowledge, for example, with a Math or Law degree, or additional IT skills. Your specific skills can become your door to the big business world!

Advanced English. EY is an international company, and some of our clients are companies from all over the world. Sometimes you will use English as your working language for communication and documentation, including for reports. The minimal level is Intermediate.

You should be able to work full-time. The busy season is a time when you work a lot, and even most of our traineeships are full-time. We do not have any “standard working week” or hours – these may vary depending on the project or the type of work. If you stay late after normal working hours, you can order food to the office or go home by taxi at the expense of the company.

Business trips are also a very essential part of our work. Some of our employees spend many days, weeks, or even months with their clients. The timing and number of business trips depend on your service line, specialization and client. During the interview you can ask for more details about business trips.