|Bursary 2018 – Mafikeng|
|Bursary holders are required to serve a three year (minimum) training contract with the firm on completion of their post-graduate studies while actively pursuing Certified Theory in Accounting (CTA) / qualifying exams toward Chartered Accountant (SA).
• This period may be extended depending on the value of the bursary awarded or the number of years for which the bursary is awarded.
• A training contract is a learnership contract for 3 years where you will be applying the theory learnt at university to the practical environment, including:
Performing audit procedures at clients to express an opinion on their financial records;
Working closely with audit teams to ensure client deadlines are met;
Working in a challenging business environment;
Interacting with people on various levels of experience;
Gaining a wealth of experience on best business practices;
Progressing steadily throughout the three years to qualify as a Chartered Accountant, this includes writing the qualifying exams and achieving the necessary core hours as prescribed by SAICA.
• Core experience obtained during your learnership includes auditing, accounting, financial management, secretarial systems, taxation and estates, business information systems.
How to Apply
|PwC provides industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to build public trust and enhance value for its clients and their stakeholders. More than 184 000 people in 157 countries across our network share their thinking, experience and solutions to develop fresh perspectives and practical advice. BURSARIES Our bursary programme is available to students studying towards a Chartered Accountant (CA) degree at a South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) -accredited university. Bursaries are awarded to high-performing, talented individuals. The programme also seeks to support qualifying students with financial need.
Closing Date: 28 March 2017
Opportunity for mechanical engineering students:
- Must be in the second year (Semester 3) National Diploma student in the above-mentioned discipline;
- Must originate from the Mpumalanga province.
- Matric Exemption
- Maths & Science 60% on higher grade
- Acceptance letter from a South African recognised training institution
- If currently studying – latest academic results
- Copy of South African ID
- Proof of address
- Copy of CV
How To Apply
To apply, please send you CV and latest results to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nedbank is committed to gearing up South Africa’s next generation of business and banking leaders. That’s the reason we are always looking for people who really Make Things Happen.As the bank that makes thing happen, we’re looking for people who’ve made things happen for themselves but could use some extra help.
Each year Nedbank awards bursaries to help students with the costs of higher education. So if you’re thinking of studying towards a university degree but don’t have the financial means, the Nedbank Bursary Fund could be your opportunity to study at university.
When we consider you for a bursary, we ask ourselves the following questions:
- Are you a South African citizen?
- Do you contribute to Nedbank’s transformation targets?
- Have you achieved enough academically?
- Specifically, have you earned at least a 65% average pass mark, while also meeting all the registration criteria of a SA public university or university of technology?
- Where do you score on a financial means test?
- Does your degree meet a scarce skill we’ve identitied at Nedbank or for the greater good of South Africa?
You qualify to apply if:
- You are academically talented and have leadership potential
- You are a South African citizen or permanent resident
- Your total monthly family or household income before deductions is less than R10 000
- You are currently in grade 7.
Once all applications have been received and screened, testing will be arranged for those applicants who meet the criteria. There are several stages to the selection process:
Stage 1: Entrance Tests
Applicants will be invited to write entrance tests, which will be held at a number of different venues throughout South Africa.
Stage 2: More Extensive Testing – Academic And Leadership Potential
Further selection and more extensive testing of academic and leadership potential will follow.
Stage 3: Selection Camps – Clinical Interviews And A Range Of Psychological Assessments
Final selection camps, lasting 2 or 3 days, will be held at the Academy later in the year.
Stage 4: Home Visits And Registration
All successful students will be registered at their homes at the end of the process.
How To apply
Complete the Applicaiton Formv below, print it out, and post it with a copy of your December 2016 school report, a copy of your birth certificate and the required documents detailing your household income to:
Attention: Student Recruitment
Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy For Girls
P O Box 1485, Henley on Klip, 1962
Email to: email@example.com
Closing Date: 15 February 2017
The Wholesale and Retail SETA (W&RSETA) is offering bursaries to learners / students who have been accepted to study at Public Higher Education Institutions and TVET Colleges in South Africa.
The W&RSETA has identified as one of its strategic objectives the need to support learners who have registered to further their studies at Public Higher Education Institutions in South Africa, addressing Outcome 4.2.3 of the National Skills Development Strategy III which is to ensure that high-level national Scarce Skills are being addressed by work-ready graduates from Higher Education Institutions.
Applications for the 2017 Bursary Scheme are open for students who are registered / accepted for the following Degrees/Diplomas at Universities or National Accredited Technical Education Diploma (NATED) / National Certificate Vocational (NCV) Programmes at TVET Colleges which are related to the Wholesale and Retail Sector Scarce Skills priorities:
HETI (University) DEGREE / DIPLOMA National Accredited Technical Education Diploma (NATED) PROGRAMMES (TVET) – N4 TO N6
- Retail Business Management
- Purchasing Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Logistics Management
- Sales and Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Information Technology / Computer Science
- Food Technology / Nutrition
- Financial Management
- Marketing Management
- Business Management
- Financial Management
- Marketing Management
- Human Resource Management
- Management Assistant
- Hospitality and Catering Services
National Certificate Vocational (NCV) PROGRAMMES (TVET) – LEVEL 2 TO LEVEL 4
- Finance, Economics & Accounting
- Information Technology & Computer Science
- Office Administration
- Transport and Logistics
To qualify for the bursary, students must be accepted / registered at a public Higher Education Institution (University, University of Technology or TVET College)
The W&RSETA has allocated bursaries as follows:
- 1500 for new Unemployed TVET students and 1000 new Unemployed HET students.
- The bursary covers cost of registration fee, tuition fees, books, accommodation, and meals where applicable, up to a maximum amount of R65 000 for HET and R45 000 for TVET Colleges per annum;
- The programme is for full-time studies at any public South African University and TVET College
- Applicants must be South African citizens;
- Students will not be funded for longer than the stipulated duration of the qualification or studies;
- Students will not be funded for subjects/modules they have failed;
- Students must have been accepted by their preferred public South African University / TVET College;
- Students that were previously funded by the W&RSETA and failed do not qualify; and
- Students with other sources of funding will not be considered.
There is a limited number of bursaries available, and if you have not received any correspondence from the W&RSETA within 30 days from the closing date, please consider your application to be unsuccessful
How To Apply
Interested applicants are required to download and complete the application form.
The application form, together with bursary guidelines is available on the W&RSETA website.
Completed application forms with all supporting documents as prescribed on the application form must be submitted to W&RSETA via email firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than the 17th of February 2017. For any assistance in completing the form and / or any additional information, please visit your nearest W&RSETA office as per attached list or a W&RSETA office based at a TVET College nearest to you as per attached list.
Closing Date: 17 February 2017
Cipla Medpro Manufacturing is awarding bursaries to students who are studying towards an undergraduate degree at an accredited learning institution. Bursaries will be awarded to university students registering for their first year (Recently completed matric), second year or third year of studies in 2017. Students that are studying towards the following University academic disciplines will be considered:
- BSc in Engineering (priority areas – Chemical, Mechanical & Industrial)
- B Pharmacy (Priority areas – Production, Regulatory, Quality)
- BSc in Chemistry
- BSc in Biochemistry
- BSc in Microbiology
- BCom Finance
- BCom Accounting
- BCom Logistics Management
Cipla is a global pharmaceutical company whose goal is ensuring no patient shall be denied access to high quality & affordable medicine.
- Matric completed.
- University institution.
- English, read, write and speak.
- Only SA citizens between the ages of 16–25.
- Must be registered with a Tertiary Institution and have passed all subjects/ modules from the previous year or semester.
- High academic achievement with an overall aggregate of 70% for Matric (First year students) or tertiary studies (second & third year students)
- Do not have any other bursary funding
- Students from groups defined by BBBEE criteria.
How to apply
Applications close on on 19 February 2017. Click here to apply online
- Archaeology (marine, etc.)
- Archives and records management
- Conservation of the built environment
- Conservation and preventive conservation
- Collections (cultural & natural) management
- Heritage resources management
- Museum management and curatorship
- Indigenous Knowledge Systems.
- Information Science
- South African citizenship
- Financially needy
- 2017 Proof of registration at an institution of higher learning
Value of the Bursary
- Maximum up to R 70 000.
- NB: Funds are payable directly to the higher institution of learning
The following documents must accompany the application:
- Certified copy of ID document
- Certified copy of the salary statement or affidavit (if not working) of your parents/guardians
- Certified copy of grade 12 results
- If you were already studying at university in 2016 – latest results / academic record
Department of Arts and Culture
Private Bag X897
Applications can also be hand delivered to:
481 Kingsley Centre 5th Floor
Cnr. Stanza Bopape & Steve Biko Street
Enquiries regarding the bursary applications should be email@example.com / 012 441 3476
Please note: should you not receive a response from the Department within 30 days of the closing date, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.
No late applications will be accepted.