Old Mutual South Africa is inviting applications from young South Africans intending to study actuarial science in 2015. The actuarial bursaries programme is only available for students studying actuarial science or intending to start in 2015 only at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch. Applicants can be from anywhere in South Africa, but they should be planning to study at the universities mentioned or already/currently studying there. If you know your way around numbers and Mathematics is your best and favourite school subject then this opportunity is for you.
What is even so good about the Old Mutual Actuarial Bursary is that it is a comprehensive (it pays for meals, books, school fees and other necessities, and if you do so well in your studies you will get cash rewards – how cool is that?) and, while you are studying and when you complete your degree, you are guaranteed a job a Old Mutual.
What are the requirements?
- Mathematics with A+ pass; and
- A’s and B’s in your other Matric/Grade 12 subjects.
How to apply?
To get more information on how to apply and to download the Old Mutual Actuarial Bursaries application form CLICK HERE NOW.
Closing date: 30 July 2014
If you have any questions regarding this bursary programme or need assistance while completing the form do not hesitate to call Old Mutual’s Actuarial Resource Development department on the following telephone numbers during normal office hours: 021-509 2656 / 021-504 7285
Note: This bursary programme is accepting applications from all population groups in South Africa. However, due to employment equity requirements, qualifying applicants from population groups classified as Black South Africans according to the Employment Equity Act (African, Chinese, Coloured and Indian South Africans) will be given preference.
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