Where do you start if you want to change the world?
Seize the opportunity to transform how businesses work and harness the latest technologies to power human enterprise. A career in technology that will change the world. At EY, your science, technology, engineering or mathematics degree is the foundation that will set you up for a successful career.
Could you help solve the world’s toughest challenges? You’ll have the scale and the technology, and will be immersed in a culture to take them on. Imagine working alongside businesses who are using artificial intelligence (AI) to detect cancer earlier in patients. Imagine helping clients to prevent cyber hacks by implementing blockchain technology. Imagine working with advanced analytics to help farmers increase food production.
It’s meaningful work, every single day. You’ll make complex technologies accessible to clients across every industry, helping them to find inventive solutions to their business problems. You’ll help them grow, while discovering limitless opportunities to develop yourself.
As well as developing your technical skills, you’ll learn about business strategy and business issues. You’ll collaborate with different departments and functions, with the freedom and ability to explore new prototypes and devise your own solutions. You won’t just be implementing new technologies, you’ll be designing the way they’re used. You’ll be transforming businesses, one idea at a time.
You'll find tech-related roles across our business, in all service lines and teams. So whether you're a data specialist, a tax technologist, a tech consultant or a solution architect, find your next great role here.
Where will your degree take you?
In a time of constant disruption and rapid innovation, science, technology, engineering and mathematics degrees have become increasingly important at EY. The below table is a guide only and specific requirements will vary in each location.
IT/ Information Systems/ Business Information Systems
ASC — Advanced Security Centre
CCaSS — Climate Change and Sustainability Services
PM — Program Management
QS — Quantitative Services (including; Digital, Automation & Analytic Asset Services)
R&D — Research & Development
TTT — Tax, Technology and Transformation