Ernst and Young (“EY”), one of the international “Big Four” public accounting firms, organized a 2017-18 campus recruitment talk at Macau University of Science and Technology School of Business (MSB) on October 10, 2017. The talk attracted more than 300 students attending.
EY partners and the talent recruitment team professionals from mainland, Hong Kong and Macau were speakers of the talk. One of the partners conducted a mock interview with our students to demonstrate the “Partner Interview” process and gave valuable advises to our students. An MSB alumna also shared her EY experience with students. Students were enthusiastic to learn more about EY and stayed behind the talk to interact with the speakers.
EY has granted M.U.S.T. as an Outstanding Talent Base of EY China in recognition of the University’s excellence in talent nurturing and the award was presented to Professor Lin Zhijun, Dean of MSB by Mr. Andy Cheung, Managing Partner of Assurance Services, Greater China, EY, during the event. Professor Lin said it was a great honor to receive the award as recognition of University’s achievement in tertiary education and also expressed his gratitude for EY’s continuing support to MSB.
Nine 2017 graduates from MSB joined EY this year and they are stationed in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Twelve MSB students also joined EY internship this summer. In the upcoming recruitment, EY targets to recruit students at their preferred locations in mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.
EY is one of the global leaders in assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services with 250,000 employees worldwide. It ranked in the top 3 of the Universum World’s Most Attractive Employers 2017 list and are also ranked in the Top 25 of 2016 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by Great Place to Work Institute. EY has over 700 offices worldwide and in Greater China such as Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau and Hong Kong.
Mr Andy Leung (left), Managing Partner, Assurance, Greater China, EY, presents the award to Professor Lin
Photo of Professor Lin (middle, back row) with EY Assurance Partners, EY talent recruitment teams and MSB teachers