I’m a Graduate

Do you want to gain a professional qualification that will give you opportunities for your future career?

‘This route is not only about the qualification but also the valuable work experience gained alongside this. Client interaction and a constantly changing environment provide you with an opportunity to bring the best out of yourself on a personal level. MHA MacIntyre Hudson has been supportive and really encouraged my development. If you’re willing to put in the work in, the opportunities are endless!’  Tom, North London

Each year we recruit a number of trainees across our 14 UK offices offering the opportunity to grow and develop within the Firm. You can expect to gain experience across a broad range of clients and industries and get exposure to a variety of people from day one of your career.

As a graduate, you have the opportunity to enter into the world of accountancy through two routes:

  • Audit/Accounts – You will study for either your ACA or ACCA
  • Tax – You will study for your ATT

Whatever your preferred route, both of these options involve professional training delivered by a leading professional training provider on a block release basis, allowing you to come back to the office and apply in practice the knowledge you have gained. You will also receive extensive internal and on the job training and support, and will be surrounded by likeminded professionals who have been through a similar experience to you.

Once you have attained your professional qualification with MHA MacIntyre Hudson, this opens up a wide range of further opportunities to progress and develop your career.

In order to apply for either of these opportunities, you must have a minimum of 280 UCAS points at A2 level (or equivalent), all gained in the same exam period and excluding General Studies, and have or are expecting to achieve a 2.1 degree or higher. Alternatively, you may already be AAT qualified.

If you’re an ambitious and driven graduate looking to join a growing top 20 firm of Accountants, apply now.