Your fast track flight into Audit or Tax – passports at the ready! This is a fast-track programme designed for you if you aspire to be a qualified chartered accountant in Audit or Tax (ACA). If you know tax is for you, we also offer the route to become a chartered tax adviser (CTA).

Apply if you’re...

A school leaver, graduate or part-qualified professional. There’s no entry requirements so it doesn’t matter what you’ve studied, you just need to be ready to soar!

How long is it for?

Most graduates take three years to qualify, five for school leavers, however this can vary.

What you'll be up to

Our Jet-setter programme is perfect for aspiring school leavers and graduates keen to make their mark in Audit or Tax. The first two weeks will be packed full of exciting introductions and software training. We’ll give you a first class ticket into the world of Tax or Audit allowing you to go on client site, work with major clients and learn the industry jargon.

Most graduates take three years to qualify, five for school leavers, however this can vary. ACA tends to be the final point of call for all aspiring chartered accountants however we also offer the route to become a chartered tax adviser (CTA) if that takes your fancy.

Regardless of what level you join at, you’ll be given opportunities to really shine with regular feedback to help stretch your personal development. We take growth seriously which is why you’ll have full support with your studies including study leave, bonuses for first time passes and a wellbeing coach to help balance the work/study lifestyle.


Benefits, benefits, more benefits

Now we’re not just looking for anyone. You’ll need to be credible, detail orientated and passionate about finance. Client satisfaction is at the forefront of our culture so you’ll need great social skills and a knack for overcoming challenging obstacles.

And in return, we’ll give you a wealth of fantastic benefits like open holiday, wellbeing schemes and a 7:00pm – 7:00am email curfew with a respectable salary all tied in. You’ll also have a tailored professional development plan that suits your unique talents, not a one size fits all policy.

How do I apply?

Applications open at the start of October and close at the end of the December. The application process will take eight weeks (after the closing date) subject to demand.

We ask that you submit a tailored CV which reflects your unique character. See our guidelines for more details. If successful you’ll then be invited to complete a video interview. In the later stages of the process we’ll evaluate logical and numerical ability through short, snappy online games following by a final half day assessment centre

Any Questions?

What are the entry requirements?
None. There’s no restrictions or entry requirements, just be sure you know our culture and it’s a fit.
Also use your common sense, you need to be a graduate to apply for our graduate programme and vice versa on the school leaver programme.

Tell me about the study route
ACA is the final point of call for the majority of our business areas, depending on the level you join at this can take anywhere from 1-5 years, we'll explain more if you're sucessful.

Orianne Wightman

Early Years Co-Ordinator


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Applications for all of our 2018 programmes have now closed. Best of luck to all of those who have applied. Applications will re-open in October for our 2019 opportunities.


27th August 2018

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