Price Waterhouse Coopers Bursaries


Price Waterhouse Coopers bursaries

Price Waterhouse Coopers is opening bursary scheme and only a handful of people will be chosen for this bursary! Hence the reason why Price Waterhouse Coopers bursary scheme is exceptional in every way. Got an excellent academic grade? Or talent? You have a high chance of getting the bursary! Price Waterhouse Coopers is searching for candidates with potentials after all. Besides talent and good academic grade, there are other qualities you need such as being able to work both independently and as a team. Leadership is needed as well. Good English skill is needed as well since English is an international language. At least, English must be either your second or first language on level 6. Mathematics should be on level 6 as well. Your minimum average should be 70% or more. Price Waterhouse Coopers wants your commitment to study as Chartered Accountant as well and you are required to study full-time at SAICA accredited institute. Here is the fields of studies you can choose: Accounting, Management Engineering, Management, Science/ Mathematical Actuarial, Information Systems – BSc IS, Informatics – BCom-IT and Computer Science – BSc IT. Price Waterhouse Coopers will cover most of your college related expense so, just sit back and relax.


PWC bursaries scheme are the perfect way to continue your education. If you came from a disadvantaged background, you might still continue your education with this PWC bursary. Education is necessary nowadays to broaden your career so, don’t stop learning. You will gain something from it. The value of this bursary depends on how much you can afford by the proof of your income. After you complete your study, you must work on a training contract because that’s the agreement between you and PWC when you accept the bursary and vice versa. In order to obtain the bursary, you must fulfill 3 things: firstly, you must be the resident and citizen of South Africa with valid ID address, secondly you must be student who is studying toward undergraduate or postgraduate, and lastly, you must choose one of the following fields of studies because these are the only fields of studies that will be offered: BSc IT/ Computer Science, BSc IS/ Information Systems, BCom IT/ Informatics, Actuarial Science/Mathematics, Engineering Management, Accounting, and Management. Remember to have the minimum score of 60% for postgraduate and 70% for undergraduate. If you want to apply for PWC bursaries, visit http://www.pwc.co.za/en/students/advisory/bursary-programme.html.

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