Get a head start into the world of work by participating in the Mercedes-Benz South Africa Bursary Programme, and transport your career with one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. The Programme aims to harness outstanding achievers at Grade 12 and Tertiary levels into our fold of growing Talent, by offering the participant financial aid for studies as well as experiential learning.
Why a Mercedes-Benz South Africa Bursary?
Study at a University of choice*
Tuition fees, meals and textbooks are paid for*
Work at Mercedes-Benz, Centurion during your vacations*
Join the MBSA Graduate Development programme after studying*
South African Citizens, or permanent residents of South Africa
Grade 12 learners
Students enrolled for or currently pursuing full-time studies (1st and 2nd year students will have an added advantage)
Anyone studying or intending to study in the following fields:
Computer Engineering / Information Technology
Finance / Accounting
Supply Chain / Logistics
Conditions of Bursary
Should you not hear from MBSA-HR by 31 January 2020 please consider your application unsuccessful
Mercedes-Benz South Africa is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered, however the following will apply:
Foreign nationals must qualify for a work visa/permit as per the provisions of the Immigration Act 13, 2002.
Division’s Employment Equity Plan in terms of the Employment Equity Act, No 58, 1998.
Code of good practice on the employment of people with disabilities.
How to Apply
How to apply?
ONLINE by logging onto the Daimler Careers website at
In your application, please include
A CV as an attachment (ensure that the file size is small enough to upload, e.g. PDF)
A certified copy of your Grade 12 results, or recent full Tertiary academic record
A certified copy of your ID
Other Important information
Closing date for entries is 30 December 2019
NB: LATE AND INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
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