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EY Advisory Graduate scheme+long term

 
#1 EY Advisory Graduate scheme+long term
13/11/2015 11:56

B1234B

Would anyone be able to tell me about what career progression at EY advisory is like? If I was to join the grad scheme how long would it take to be promoted to SC/Manager etc. And how does the pay differ?

Thanks

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#2 RE: EY Advisory Graduate scheme+long term
01/12/2015 21:04

Kristyna to B1234B (#1)

Hey, at EY you spend two years as an Associate/ACP, then 2-3 (but usually 3) years as an Executive/Senior before you become a Manager. The progression to the next levels (Senior Manager>Director>Partner) tends to be slower but it really depends..

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#3 RE: EY Advisory Graduate scheme+long term
02/12/2015 20:08

B1234B to Kristyna (#2)

Hey, at EY you spend two years as an Associate/ACP, then 2-3 (but usually 3) years as an Executive/Senior before you become a Manager. The progression to the next levels (Senior Manager>Director>Partner) tends to be slower but it really depends..

Thanks for the response! Do you know anything about the salary progression at EY? Cheers

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