JD Group Bursary Programme 2014

Are you in the first or second year of your studies at a tertiary institution in South Africa? The JD Group is looking for you. The group is currently accepting applications for their 2014 bursary programme fund a variety of study fields. The company is looking for better than average achievers (60% average and higher)

Reserve Bank Bursaries

South Africa’s central bank, the South African Reserve Bank, is offering bursaries to top performers who are currently in Grade 12 or those who recently matriculated. Bursaries will be awarded for FULL-TIME study in fields relevant to the reserve bank’s operations, such as Information Technology (IT), Law, Economics, Finance, Accounting and related fields. What are

SizweNtsalubaGobodo 2014 Chartered Accounting Bursaries

SizweNtsalubaGobodo is inviting matric learners and current students studying towards a CA(SA)  qualification at a SAICA-recognised university to apply for their 2014 Chartered Accounting bursary programme. The full/partial bursary will be awarded to previously disadvantage students (South African), who have consistently proven academic excellence/performance. Students will also be expected to maintain an excellent academic progress

PwC South Africa in Chartered Accountancy 2013

PwC is currently inviting applications from suitably qualified prospective students for its bursary programme for 2013. The bursary is exclusively for students planning to study towards a career in chartered accountancy at a SAICA-accredited institution in the Republic of South Africa. Responsibilities Proficient in English with strong communication skills. Must have participated in sport and/or

National Treasury Bursary Programme 2013 (CLOSING DATE EXTENDED)

South Africa’s National Treasury invites exceptional matric scholars and/or university students to apply for their bursary programme for starting in the 2013 academic year. This bursary programme is aimed at only those South African students and scholars who hard-workers. “If you are in matric: You have a grade 12 certificate with university exemption and an