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    Hey, quick question on the EY ICAS structure.

    Received an offer for Tax in London, starting September (woop!).

    I'll be studying ICAS, and then CTA. According to the ICAS website, the nearest locations you can study at appear to be Reading or Cambridge. Does anyone know where EY send you to college for this - I may be wrong, they may just have some lecturers or whatever somewhere in London - i'm just curious.

    Another Q - does anyone know the structure of study at EY? I know some firms do a blended study/work programme where you'll go to college a couple of days every couple of weeks etc. and have a few days off study leave before the exams, and others do more 'blocks' whereby you will go to college and private study for a few months at a time, sit the exams, and then back to work for a few months etc.

    I'm sure these are questions that EY will answer upon starting, but just wondering if anyone that knows anything about the programme, or is currently/ has been through it, has any sort of heads up.

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