Start your tech career with the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology. You’ll gain real work experience, develop your digital skills and work towards a BSc degree – without the student loan.
What is the Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology at EY?
As part of the wider Technology team, you’ll help EY and our clients find new ways of using artificial intelligence and other innovative technologies to improve their business. You can specialise in data analytics within one of our service lines.
What will you be doing?
On a day-to-day basis you could be helping teams to solve client problems using technologies like blockchain, or analysing huge data sets and building insights to present to clients and EY specialist teams. The work and clients will be varied, so you’ll gain knowledge and skills that will set you up for a rewarding career.
The work you’ll be doing could include:
Designing, prototyping and building new tech solutions for clients
Working in supportive teams in either Assurance, Consulting, People Advisory Services, Tax or Transactions
Helping clients use the latest technology to solve complex issues like fraud
Building data solutions to provide analysis on large data sets so you can share insights with clients and EY specialist teams
You’ll be constantly learning as you balance on-the-job training alongside studying towards your BSc. You’ll also gain a host of transferable skills, on-the-job coaching and support from a careers counsellor to ensure that you reach your potential.
Qualifications you’ll gain
Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree.
If you’re passionate about technology, business and have a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths and have completed three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent
by the time the programme starts, this programme is for you. For our Data Analytics Consulting programme, you'll also need A Level Maths.
“My team works with a variety of machine learning and AI technology. Normally this is associated with helping to design new software and technologies to help automate out-of-date tax procedures.”
Zak, Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology Programme
*Up to the 30th September, some of our programmes will be opening for applications at differing dates. Where application submission is as yet unavailable, you can still register your interest on our careers site (via this listing’s apply button). We’ll then be able to remind you nearer the time when you can apply.