Actuarial Non-Life Insurance Summer Internship
We’re more than just a conventional actuarial consultancy. As well as delivering for our clients in the traditional actuarial areas, such as reserving, pricing and capital modelling, we operate as part of the wider EY Consulting business. This means that, as a part of our team, you’ll gain exposure to a huge variety of projects.
These projects help non-life insurance clients identify and manage risks by asking the right questions, using our commercial awareness to solve problems, setting priorities and creating action plans for long-term success. You’ll learn how we do all this as one dedicated team – all while you pick up the skills for a long-lasting career at EY.
Area of Responsibilities
- Analysing data to identify trends and insights, communicating with clients, writing reports and presenting your work.
- Working with UK and global insurance and (re)insurance companies on reserve reviews, transactions, portfolio transfers, actuarial modelling and more.
- Using the latest technology, modelling and analysis to understand clients' businesses.
- Working with clients to transform their business, using the latest technology to allow clients to better leverage their actuarial teams for insightful analysis.
If you’re in your penultimate year at university, or if you’re already in your final year but will be doing a one-year master’s degree, or taking a gap year, this internship is for you. 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 a numbers-based subject like Maths, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering, Economics, Computer Science or Technology, have a minimum of grade 4/C GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths and three A-levels (with an A in A-Level Maths)/Five Highers (or equivalent).
We welcome applications from all academic backgrounds and are looking for people who will succeed at EY today and tomorrow. That's why, through our recruitment process, your academic performance will be considered against your online assessment scores to determine your suitability for an EY role.