You should. In the last section there's a little part with 3 bullet points. One says "use your knowledge and the economic information provided". Use the information they provide to back up the point you're trying to put through.
Have you taken into account what you want to do after your cadetship? Do you want to work in a foreign country?
I've always wanted the opportunity to work in Asia and I've talked to a couple of people who currently work there, and they tell me which University you go to really matters. People...
Last year EY offered my friend a double degree, but he didn't take it because where on earth would you find the time to balance work, life and study? D:
EY 3rd & 4th year = $8000 allowance, but I don't know how much your salary will be if you choose to work part time.