About the Financial Board (FSB)
The Financial Services Board is a unique independent institution established by statute to oversee the South African Non-Banking Financial Services Industry in the public interest. The FSB is committed to promote and maintain a sound financial investment environment in South Africa.
Financial Services Board (FSB) Bursary
Current university students:
Must have passed their first or second year of studies with an average of at least 65%.
The applicant should forward their academic record with their letter of application.
Grade 12 learners:
Should have obtained at least an A symbol in Mathematics and a B in English in their last two examinations.
The final decision on this category of learners will be based on their final year examination results.
Financial Services Board (FSB) Bursary Eligibility
Fsb bursary application is open to students pursuing (current university students) or currently in Grade 12 who intend pursuing studies in the actuarial science field in the year 2012. The successful candidates will be required to enter into a workback contract with the FSB, proportional to the number of years they have been funded by the organisation.