Valuation Intern

by EY

Best Student Employer


  • Skills
  • Responsibilities
  • Support & Guidance
  • Culture
  • Your Impressions


  • 1. Please give an overview of your role and what this involves on a day-to-day basis.
  • My role was to complete a fictional valuation case study while working in a team. I also had individual work to complete and had mandatory sessions regarding EY, such as learning about EY Nextwave, EY Foundation, etc. I was assigned two mentors and a buddy who guided me throughout the summer internship. The internship was virtual, and therefore was highly structured in a way to help you get a good foundation for a graduate role.


  • 2. Have you learnt any new skills, or developed your existing skills?
  • I have learned how to use Valuation multiples in valuing a company or a asset. I also learned key skills in improving my teamwork, confidence and etiquette. I have also learned how to network effectively, and I was able to improve my presentation skills by presenting to a panel of partners.

  • How would you rate the training provided during your experience?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate your development of industry-specific skills during the experience?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate your development of personal / soft skills during the experience?
  • 5/5

  • Please rate how these skills have helped you in your career development
  • 5/5


  • 3. Were you given much responsibility during your placement / internship?
  • I was given a large amount of responsibility to manage my own deadlines and to be able to produce a very high quality of work at the same time. I was given a lot of exposure to the company through live sessions which were mandatory to attend. Therefore, I had to plan my timetable accordingly in order to get the work done.

  • Please rate how meaningful the work you were doing was
  • 5/5

    Support & Guidance

  • 4. How much support and guidance did you receive during your placement / internship?
  • I received a lot of support and guidance from my excellent mentors who coached me along the way. They took out time out of their busy schedules to set up one to one calls in which we will talk about my progress and how to improve, as well as answering any questions I had regarding the case study.

  • How would you rate the support and guidance from your line manager?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate the support and guidance from the wider team?
  • 5/5


  • 5. What was the company culture and general atmosphere like?
  • The company culture was great, everyone in my team was highly collborative, there was a lot of talks about diversity and inclusion, and we had Dr Alex come in to give us a talk about mental health. EY warm atmosphere is brilliant and rare to find in the industry. There was always someone to talk to, even if it is just for a 30 minute chat.

  • How would you rate the inclusiveness of the culture?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate the social opportunities?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate the diversity initiatives?
  • 5/5

  • How would you rate the charity, sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives?
  • 5/5

    Your Impressions

  • 6. To what extent did you enjoy your placement / internship?
  • I enjoyed my internship significantly. I can say with confidence that the skills I have learned and the relationships that I have built during my internship will help develop my future career. I enjoyed the EY internship so much that I am eagerly waiting to hear if I will be able to come back next year for a graduate role!

  • Please rate your level of enjoyment on your placement / internship
  • 5/5

  • Please rate how your experience met your expectations
  • 5/5

  • Please rate the future employment prospects at EY
  • 5/5

  • 7. Would you recommend EY to a friend?
  • Yes

  • 8. What advice would you give to others applying to EY
  • My advice to other people applying to EY would be to really hone down on why they want to work for EY. I personally feel the diverse and amazing culture at EY allows people to be themselves and therefore, people who are applying shouldn't worry about expressing their viewpoints. Make sure you do a lot of research on the sub service line you wish to join!

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Internship (1-4 Months)

Banking/Finance, Accountancy

Central London and City

July 2021

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