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ICAEW- Events

ICAEW- Events

Posted: 13th of March 2017 by Naomi Bourne

Throughout the academic year ICAEW is running a series of events for parents and students to support you when making academic and career choices. The events, which give you a chance to network with employers and hear about their training schemes, have been a great success and we would love to see you and your parent or guardian at one of the remaining four.

ICAEW Parents Evening – Reading

ICAEW Parents Evening – Reading

Posted: 11th of November 2016 by Naomi Bourne

ICAEW are holding an evening for you and your parents. The time to choose your options are approaching and we want to help you make an informed decision.

ICAEW Parents Evening - Belfast

ICAEW Parents Evening - Belfast

Posted: 11th of November 2016 by Naomi Bourne

ICAEW are holding an evening for you and your parents. The time to choose your options are approaching and we want to help you make an informed decision.

ICAEW Parents Evening - Manchester

ICAEW Parents Evening - Manchester

Posted: 11th of November 2016 by Naomi Bourne

ICAEW are holding an evening for you and your parents. The time to choose your options are approaching and we want to help you make an informed decision.

Do you fancy a challenge in 2017?

Do you fancy a challenge in 2017?

Posted: 9th of June 2016 by Anonymous

Entries to ICAEW’s BASE competition are now open for 2017. Open to students in school or college aged 16-19, our 44 heats take place across the UK and give you a unique opportunity to take part in a business challenge, meet potential employers and, of course, enjoy a bit of healthy competition.

School leaver vacancies for 2016 available now

School leaver vacancies for 2016 available now

Posted: 17th of November 2015 by Anonymous

Imagine a career where you can investigate fraudulent activity and act as an expert witness in court? Or a career that gives you the opportunity to make a real difference, through making sure a charity has the funds to deliver its work? Sound interesting? As an ICAEW Chartered Accountant you will find yourself at the heart of business. You will be the one making decisions that affect the strategy, direction and success of organisations around the world.

My Two Years as an Apprentice by Rebecca Hulse

My Two Years as an Apprentice by Rebecca Hulse

Posted: 28th of May 2015 by Naomi Bourne

Despite achieving the highest A Levels in my year, I was determined to begin my career straight away, rather than go to University. In my eyes, completing an apprenticeship would enable me to progress quicker through the profession and pick up valid skills along the way. I would also have the chance to earn and learn at the same time; a prospect which was appealing following the increase in university fees. I believe that my decision to do an apprenticeship was the most valuable one of my life and I am now using this platform as a way to inspire others to consider this route.

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