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EY Tax Business Apprenticeship Programme

  • Salary: Up to £22,000 starting annual salary
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Length of Programme: 4 Years
  • Entry Requirements: If you’ve achieved three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent , by the time the programme starts, this apprenticeship is for you.
  • Qualification Gained: Professional Qualification
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    • UK-wide

Gain real work experience in the business world, take advantage of new tech and build the skills you need to propel your career. You’ll create real change by helping local and international businesses find better ways of managing tax, all while studying for a professional qualification as part of your apprenticeship so you can progress towards becoming a tax advisor.  

What is Tax at EY?

Tax affects every aspect of our lives and laws are always changing. We help local and global entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals and organisations from start-ups to influential multinationals manage every element of their business’s tax.

What will you be doing?

You’ll develop your understanding of local and international tax laws, and gain a greater breadth of knowledge by: 

  • Working across various specialist tax teams within UK & Ireland or Financial Services

  • Working directly on tax reporting, technical research and data analysis alongside senior colleagues

  • Building important relationships with clients

You’ll also gain a host of transferable skills, and you’ll receive on-the-job coaching and support from a careers counsellor to ensure that you reach your potential. 

Qualifications you’ll get

Professional qualifications with ICAEW in England, or ICAS in Scotland and a Level 7 Apprenticeship in accountancy and taxation.

Entry requirements

You’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths and to have completed three A-Levels, five Scottish Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts.

“The nature of my service line means that I often work on many small projects at a time, which allows me to work on multiple different concepts so no two days are the same.”

Emma, Tax Business apprenticeship

*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.

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