The Ernst and Young bursary is offered by the company which provides the subsequent services to companies: tax, advisory, assurance (including money audit) and consulting services.
Headquartered in London, EY presently employs over 230 000 workers members, in its 700 offices in one hundred fifty countries.
EY’s services cowl several industries, including: Oil & Gas; Mining & Metals; Power & Utilities; Automotive & Transportation; shopper product & Retail; Government & Public Sector; money Services; personal Equity; realty, welcome & Construction; Media & Entertainment; Telecommunications; Technology; Life Sciences and Health.
If you are currently studying towards a degree in any BCom field or CA stream and your academic grades are good, then this opportunity is for you. Ernst & Young invites individuals to apply for their 2017 bursary programme in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria and Bloemfontein.
Ernst & Young Bursary Description
Ernst & Young bursary is for students who are currently studying or intend studying towards a Chartered Accountant (SA) qualification.
Bursary Application Requirements
The candidate should attach:
A copy of an ID;
Matric certificate and academic record to date and;
Bursaries awarded on academic merit:
Students who are in their matric year will only be considered for KPMG bursary if they achieve at least a “C” symbol for maths on Higher Grade in their June exams.
Students, who have already commenced their BComm or equivalent degree at a SAICA accredited institution, will need to achieve a minimum of 60% per subject in their year-end exams (or June exams if they are still in their 1st year).
A BComm Accounting,
HNS or equivalent.
Following the CA stream
Skills & Behavioural Attributes
Bursaries will be awarded to persons who the firm believes have the commitment to qualify as a chartered Accountant (SA),
Have an academic record which indicated the ability to do so and with due regard to financial need.
How To Apply