Posted on :
18 Feb, 2014
18 Feb, 2014
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Brief Description of Role
Application for a bursary. Students who are currently studying or intend studying towards a Chartered Accountant (SA) qualification.
The applicant should attach a copy of an ID,Matric certificate,academic record to date and CV
Bursaries awarded on academic merit:
Students who are in their matric year will only be considered for bursaries if they achieve at least a “C” symbol for maths on Higher Grade in their June exams.
Students, who have already commenced their BComm or equivalent degree at a SAICA accredited institution, will need to achieve a minimum of 60% per subject in their year end exams (or June exams if they are still in their 1st year).
Currently studying a BComm Accounting, BAcc, Business Science, CTA, HNS or equivalent. Following the CA stream
Skills & Behavioural Attributes
Bursaries will be awarded to persons who the firm believes have the commitment to qualify as a chartered Accountant (SA), have an academic record which indicated the ability to do so and with due regard to financial need.
How to Apply