Put your proactive attitude and analytical problem-solving abilities to good use.
At EY, no question is too small, too ambitious or too imaginative. We use our curiosity to ask better questions, that inspire better answers.
Help our UK and Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) clients meet their business goals. As well as building your own hands-on experience helping businesses manage their insurance or pension account risks, you'll get the best support in the business - helping you in becoming a certified actuary. You'll take on responsibility and solve complex challenges. Here, you can define your success. Here, your career is truly yours to build. Experience our world. Your way.
Our fast-changing world in Actuarial can create lots of opportunity for insurance businesses, but it also creates new risks. We help our clients identify these risks by carrying out complex calculations and by using our strengths to define success.
What programmes can you join?
- Life Insurance
- Non-life insurance
- Pensions and Investments
- Technology in Actuarial
What will you be doing?
You'll build a career that's yours to own. With infinite opportunities to lead, learn and transform, we'll empower you to build a world as unique as you. You'll be:
- Analysing data to identify trends and insights, communicating with clients, writing reports and presenting your work
- Building strong relationships with people in our UK offices and across EMEIA, and with our clients.
- Using the latest technology to allow clients to better leverage their actuarial teams for insightful analysis
- Collaborating across functions to provide clients the best service
Immerse yourself in our world and be at the forefront of business. Get to know the part you could play in our organisation. And discover what it means to experience EY, your way.
Find out more about our opportunities and how to apply.
Our world. Your way.
What we are looking for
We operate an open access policy, meaning we don't screen out applications on your academic performance alone. You will, however, need to be working towards an honour's degree in any subject - some programmes will require a subject relevant to the business area, have a minimum of grade 4/C GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths, and three A-levels/Five Highers (or equivalent).