Bursaries By Study Field : Auditing
40 Heronmere Road Reuven Johannesburg
City of Johannesburg (CoJ) invites final year undergraduates and graduates who have completed their studies who are interested in joining the Electricity Distribution Company to apply for our Graduate Internship opportunities. Extensive work experience is not a requirement, but dedication to learning and a true passion for the business are vital. As industries all over the globe and in South Africa within Johannesburg continue to restructure and grow, we are hiring professionals who have a global perspective on the future of electricity, and want to make an impact on the corporate level.
04 May 2020
Paul Kruger Street, Polokwane
Limpopo Treasury invites matriculants and undergraduate university students to apply for fulltime bursary offered by the department, as part of capacity building initiatives aimed at meeting future skills and capacity needs. To ensure sound financial management and financial accountability in the province through capacity building, financial reporting, financial management policies development and support of oversight structures/bodies. To ensure that all Departments and public entities have implemented an effective risk management and internal control processes. The programme consists of the following sub-programmes:
Bachelor of Accounting Sciences
B Com Economics
B Com Financial Accounting
B Com Internal Auditing
B Com Business Information Systems
B Sc Computer Science
National Diploma (Finance and Accounting/ Information Technology/ Internal Auditing/ Financial Information Systems)
01 Dec 2020
National Treasury, 24th Floor, 240 Madiba Street, Cnr Thabo Sehume and Madiba Street, Pretoria 0002
As part of our commitment, the department’s bursary scheme provides financial support to South Africa students studying in the fields deemed critical and scarce to the National Treasury. It aims to build critical skills capacity and provide students with the opportunity to further their studies in chartered accounting and auditing.
30 Sep 2020
370 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria, 0002
The SARB serves the economic well-being of South Africans through maintaining price and financial stability. It is responsible for the regulation of the South African financial sector, design and distribution of banknotes and coin, management of interest rates, setting the cash reserve requirement for banks, and ensuring stability of both the banking sector and the wider financial system. The SARB GDP seeks to contribute to selected graduates overall economic activity and output by equipping them with knowledge of, skills in, and exposure to the role of the central bank in the economy and of the financial sector in general. Graduates will have the opportunity to work for a reputable institution that has a critical role to play in the South African economy.