KPMG Bursary 2021

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Bursary Details

KPMG is offering bursaries to students with academic achievements. Students have the option of applying for the Pure Merit Bursary or the Merit with Financial Need bursary. 

  • You can apply for the Pure Merit Bursary if you do not require extensive funding for your studies
  • You can apply for the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs if you require some significant funding for your studies.

Your bursary outcome will be based on your year-end results.

Candidate Requirements

  • Outstanding academic achievement as a basis and then the following distinction applies between the two:

Supporting documents:

  • Payslips for both parents/guardians;
  • 3 months' bank statements for both parents/guardians; and
  • Utility bill (water and electricity, cellphone etc)
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Conditions of Bursary

  • Successful applicants will have to enter 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.
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How to Apply

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Field of Study: Accountancy


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