EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Innovation - Transactions


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Our Transaction teams help our clients to improve growth, competitiveness and profitability. They do this in many different ways, for example by helping them to raise new finance, support in the merging of their company with another to improve performance, or helping those in distress to restructure. Our projects often involve managing multiple stakeholders and high degrees of complexity and uncertainty. Decision making in this environment requires strong client management and communication skills, rigorous analytical techniques and excellent data handling skills. 

The role of data analytics in Transactions has become increasingly important, especially in the power to be found within predictive/prescriptive data science. In Transactions, we help to assess the impact of technology on a company’s business model, helping clients to answer questions such as, how will autonomous vehicles impact our supply chain? In a world of disruption, helping our clients to understand the impact of digital change on their business strategy and the commercial benefit to investing in technology will help them to create a long-term future proofed model.

As an apprentice on the degree apprenticeship in digital innovation, you’ll be instrumental in helping to drive new ideas from day one, creating innovative solutions across risk, strategy, finance and operations. At the same time you will study towards a degree, helping you to develop in-demand digital skills that will prepare you for the workplace of the future, whilst earning a starting salary of up to £21,500. 

To be eligible for the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Innovation you should be studying towards, or have attained, three A-levels/five Scottish Highers, or equivalent.

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