PwC bursary application form, PricewaterhouseCoopers Bursary 2018 – 2019 application form is available for download here. Read below to learn how to apply.
ABOUT PwC Bursary:
PwC bursary scheme aims to attract exceptional young people who are unusually talented to the firm.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers Bursary scheme aims to financially assist exceptional young people without needed funding to pursue their studies in the Accounting sector. Bursaries are granted to students with excellent school/ university academic records.
PwC bursaries are open to students who are studying (or intend on studying) towards a SAICA accredited degree, which will lead to a a Chartered Accountant (SA) designation.
The bursary covers a portion of tuition expenses, prescribed books – the amount of cover will be determined by evidence that students cannot cover the cost of their studies. Students will however, be required to pick up the remainder of the study costs.
On completion of their studies, students must be prepared to work for PwC on a training contract.
PwC Bursary ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
- Applicants must be South African citizen
- Completed Matric OR currently in Matric
- Proven financial need
For Current Matric students:
- Be committed to studying Chartered Accountancy
- Have achieved a minimum level 6 for English HL/ SL
- Have achieved a minimum level 6 for Mathematics
- Have achieved a minimum average of 70%
- Intend on studying towards SAICA accredited degree, leading to a Chartered Accountant (SA) designation
- Intend on studying full-time at a SAICA accredited University in South Africa
For Current University students:
- Currently towards SAICA accredited degree, leading to a Chartered Accountant (SA) designation
- Studying full-time at a SAICA accredited University in South Africa
- First year students: passing all subjects with a minimum average of 65%
- Second year students: passing all subjects with a minimum average of 60%
- Third & Fourth year students: passing all subjects with a minimum average of 55%
Students must also possess the following personal qualities:
- Good interpersonal skills
- Strong leadership skills
- Problem solving capabilities
- Able to work in a team
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE PwC Bursary:
Apply online HERE: https://www.pwc.co.za/en/careers/learners/learners-bursaries.html
It takes 6 steps to apply for PricewaterhouseCoopers bursary:
- Step 1: Completing the online application (Register here: https://www.pwc.co.za/en/careers/about-pwc/selection-approach-and-recruitment-process.html)
- Step 2: Apply for a suitable position
- Step 3: Attend your first interview
- Step 4: Attend your second interview
- Step 5: Receive an offer from PWC
- Step 6: Sign your Contract
Find out more about the application process: https://www.pwc.co.za/en/students/assurance/application-process.html
PwC Bursary CLOSING DATE:
- Central Region: Mafikeng, Bloemfontein, Kimberley, Welkom Offices – 31 August 2018
- Eastern Cape: Port Elizabeth, East London Offices – 31 October 2018
- Gauteng: Johannesburg, Pretoria Offices – 31 December 2018
- KwaZulu Natal: Durban, Pietermaritzburg Offices – 31 July 2018
- North East Region: Nelspruit, Middleburg, Emalahleni Offices – 30 September 2018
- Western Cape: Cape Town, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Robertson, Worcester Offices – 12 August 2018
Please apply before the closing date to ensure your application is considered. PwC bursary applications submitted after these dates will not be accepted.
CONTACT PwC BURSARY PROVIDER
For all enquiries related to PwC bursary programme, contact PWC directly:
Tel: 011 797 4000