KPMG Bursary 2022 is open. Applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified applicants for the 2022 KPMG Bursary Programme.
This article covers the KPMG Bursaries 2022 Overview, Online application portal, application form, how to apply, qualifications, requirements, closing date, and more.
- Bursary Provider: KPMG
- Location: All South Africa
- Application Mode: Online Application Form
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KPMG Bursary Programme 2022
A bursary or grant is a means of non-repayable monetary support designed to assist students who meet specific financial eligibility criteria. It is usually awarded to enable a student to attend school, university or college when they might not be able to, otherwise. Some awards are aimed at encouraging specific groups or individuals to study.
To qualify for the Bursary, you must possess all the required qualifications and meet all requirements before applying for the KPMG , KPMG Bursary 2022.
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KPMG Bursary applications for 2023 are now open.
In order to apply for a KPMG Bursary you have to first apply for a training contract. Please click here to apply for a training contract.
You will be required to submit the following documentation for a training contract:
· Proof of South African Citizenship (Certified ID copy)
· Full academic history
· Matric results
· Updated curriculum vitae
If you already have a training contract or once you have applied for a training contract and you have been provided with a Taleo reference number, please click here to apply for a KPMG Bursary.
KPMG offers two different types of bursaries:
1. Pure merit bursary
2. Merit bursary with financial need
|Type of bursary||Pure merit||Financial need bursary|
|When is it appropriate to apply for this bursary||If you do not require extensive funding for your studies||If you require some significant funding for your studies without which you could not attend university|
|What documentation would I need to submit as a university student?||· Identity document of the student· Certified copy of matric certificate· Latest academic record· Proof of registration of the student· Updated fee statement|
|What documentation would I need to submit as a matric or grade 11 scholar?||· Identity document of the learner· Latest term report· University provisional acceptance letter/agreement – only if in matric|
|What extra would I need to submit?||Nothing extra||· Payslips for both parents/ guardians.· 3 months’ bank statements for both parents/guardians.· Recent utility bill (water and electricity, cell phone, etc)|
How to Apply for KPMG Bursary
Click the link below to apply and submit an online application form for this opportunity:
Applying online and providing the supporting documents are prerequisites for your bursary application to be considered.
KPMG reserves the right to solely determine whether you should be awarded the Pure Merit Bursary or the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs and to determine the amount awarded under such bursary. KPMG further reserves the right to solely determine whether you should receive this award in subsequent years and if so the amount thereof, which will depend on the satisfactory progress made by you and the availability of funds to KPMG.
Please note that a Bursary Contract is subject to you entering into a learnership (training contract) with KPMG that will start once you have completed your studies at a SAICA-accredited university i.e., obtaining a CTA/GDA qualification.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please send your query to [email protected]
Please note that KPMG work on a 48-hour response time to all queries.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click here to visit the KPMG Bursary Applications for South African Youths website
Then follow the instructions on the page to apply for an available position.
The KPMG Bursary Closing Date is [31 December 2022]
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