Ernst & Young Removes Degree Classification From Entry Criteria As There’s ‘No Evidence’ University Equals Success

Ernst & Young Removes Degree Classification From Entry Criteria As There’s ‘No Evidence’ University Equals Success

Ernst & Young is one of the biggest audit firms with a great presence across the globe. The accountancy firm has announced that it will be removing the degree classification from its entry criteria, saying there is “no evidence” success at university correlates with achievement in later life. As a result, the company is scrapping its policy of requiring a 2:1 and the equivalent of three B grades at A-level in order to open opportunities for talented individuals “regardless of their background”….read more

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