EY Malta launches another EY360 with ABL

EY launches EY360 Acca Programme with Acadamy of Business Leaders. (source: EY media/Darrin Zammit Lupi)

EY Malta is once again accepting applications for another year of EY360 — a fast-track two-year ACCA Programme powered by the Academy of Business Leaders (ABL), according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.

The programme offers an all-round and full-on experience to students, EY Malta says. The education programme is highly focused and offers a fast route to becoming a qualified professional accountant, as well as gaining valuable work experience with EY.

Students successfully completing the programme will become ACCA qualified and might be able to secure full-time employment with EY. Students will also be exposed to a structured approach that will be hosted on-site at the new state of the art EY Connect Centre, as well as lectures provided by EY industry experts. EY believes that its hands-on approach, with the dedication of the students and lecturers, has proven to be very successful.

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“The key to EY360 is that the student’s goals are placed at the heart of the programme. We are very proud of this development programme which will provide ongoing support to help grow students’ strengths, maximise their opportunities, and have a lasting impact,” said Ronald Attard, EY Malta’s Country Managing Partner.

“We are delighted to once again be powering EY360, following on from last year’s fantastic results which saw the first cohort embarking on the ACCA Accelerate Work Study Programme,” said Morgan Parnis, CEO of the Academy of Business Leaders, when commenting on the success of the programme and cooperation with EY for Business Malta.