PwC offers a variety of funding opportunities, and bursaries are awarded to students with an outstanding academic track record at school and/or university. Bursaries are awarded on condition that when you complete your studies successfully, you will be required to complete a training contract with PwC, gaining hands-on experience in the business.
, Chartered Accounting
Who Can Apply
Academic requirements for matriculants:
Commitment to studying towards a Chartered Accountancy qualification; You must be intending to study full-time at a SAICA accredited institution; You must have a minimum of a Level 6 in Mathematics and English (1st or 2nd language), and an overall average of 70%;
Academic requirements for university students:
You must be studying towards a CA qualification; You must be studying full time at a SAICA accredited institution; If you are a first-year student you must be passing all University courses with an average of at least 65%; If you are a second-year student you must be passing all university courses with an average of at least 60%; Third and fourth year students must be passing all courses consistently and must qualify for honours according to the relevant university.
Graduates , Undergraduate
Which Countries can Apply?
The value of the bursary will vary depending on evidence that you cannot afford the full costs. PwC offer three types of bursaries to students:
Merit bursary: a once-off payment, paid directly to the university
Tuition bursary: a full tuition bursary plus a book allowance
Full bursary: a full tuition and accommodation bursary (at an on-campus student residence) plus a book and meal allowance
If you are awarded a bursary, you will have to work on a training contract with PwC when you complete your studies.
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