Student Attraction South England Advisor (EY): Rebecca is a Student Recruitment Advisor at EY based in London, looking after the recruitment activity for schools and universities across the Reading, Southampton, Bristol and Exeter offices.
Rebecca joined EY as a Financial Services Technology Consultant on a Scholarship Programme in 2014 while attending Exeter University, graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Economics. After experiencing the world of work before, during and after University, she is passionate about providing young people with the right opportunities and tools to find the right place and role for them.
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Instructions on how to access the webinar will be emailed to you on confirmation of your booking.
While open to other BU students, the session is designed and delivered specifically for the students participating in the Global Talent Programme. Attendance and reflection from the session allow students to gain core credit towards their Skilled Practitioner badge.