Accenture Scholarship Opportunity For 2022

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

Applications for Accenture's 2022 Scholarships are now open!

The closing date is 16 October 2021, so act quickly.

The Accenture Education Trust, helps students whose family income ranges from R 350 000 - R 600 000 and NSFAS Post-Graduate Students with a Household Income of < R300k


The student must have a strong academic background with a cumulative average of above 65% in a study towards Technology-aligned degrees (see below list) at select tertiary Institutions in South Africa .


If you are a high achiever in your second, third, fourth or Honours year of study, we want to hear from you.


Successful candidates will receive a full scholarship. The bursary programme covers the following expenses: registration fees, tuition fees, examination fees, meals, residence, book allowance for prescribed books and a laptop. In addition, the scholarship is backed up by ongoing mentorship.

Applications will be considered from students who wish to major in one of the following disciplines at one of the universities listed below.

Candidate Requirements


  • Computer Science
  • Computer Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information and Knowledge Systems
  • Information Systems
  • Mechanical with Mechatronics Engineering


BSC (Eng)

  • Information Technology
  • Electronic /Electrical (Light Current)



  • Informatics
  • Information Systems
  • Stats and Data Science
  • Computer Science



  • Big Data Analytics
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Data Analytics and Business Intelligence



  • Electronic or Electrical Comp Eng
  • Information Engineering
  • Micro Electronic Engineering



  • Rhodes University
  • Stellenbosch University
  • University of Cape Town
  • University of Johannesburg
  • University of Pretoria
  • University of Witwatersrand
  • University of Kwazulu-Natal
  • University of Western Cape


Conditions of Bursary

All 5 attachments are required for your application consideration

Kindly attach all 5 pre-requisite documents in the CV/Resume attachment box


1) Certified copy of identity document (Application Pre-requisite)

2) Certified full academic record including 2021 mid-year exam results/progress report(Application Pre-requisite)

3) Certified copy of grade 12 results(Application Pre-requisite)

4) Certified copy of proof of parents’/guardian’s earnings if <R 600K AND Latest Income tax return of parents/guardian’s earnings <R 600K (Application Pre-requisite)

5) Copy of your curriculum vitae (Application Pre-requisite)


*Application Steps

Step 1 - Register/ Create an account by using your email address and create a password.

Step 2 - Start application. Please choose Apply Manually.

Step 3 - You will land on the My Information page. Please populate all fields and note that family name is your surname.

Step 4 - You will land on the My Experience page. In this section kindly detail any part time work experience i.e. Tutoring, promotions, e.t.c. Please note that GPA indicates academic average

Step 5 - You will land on Application Questions. These are standard and only for the purpose of the scholarship application please answer these as follows: Q1 - Yes; Q2 - No; Q3- Yes; Q4 - Yes; and Q5 -No.

Step 6 - You will land on a Voluntary Disclosure page. Here, complete all the required fields

Step 7 - You will land on a Summary Page where you can view your application and click Submit to finalize your submission





How to Apply

Remember to APPLY before 16 October 2021.

Field of Study: IT


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