KPMG bursary offers many great opportunities for South African to advance themselves and experience the diversity of working for one of the biggest auditor company, KPMG. KPMG bursary is divided into two options: Pure Merit Bursary. for those who need extensive funding for their studies and Merit Bursary with Financial Needs, for students who need significant financial support to study higher. Both are selected by candidate’s academic achievement. So, are you ready to enter the exciting world with KPMG?
KPMG (Klynveld-Peat Main Goerdeler) is one of Big Four auditors, with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young and Deloitte, that run the businesses in providing professional service in tax, audit and advisory. The company is headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherland and employs 162.000 people worldwide. In South Africa, KPMG has 12 offices within the coutry and employs 3000 people with various disciplines. As a prestigious company, KPMG has won many competitive awards, some of them are in best outsourcing advisors, international tax review, and working mother hall of fame.
Available Fields of Study
KPMG bursary are open for fields of study that relate with KPMG’s activities and business and those are Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting (CA Stream), Actuarial Science, Financial Management, Investment Management, Bachelor of Business Science (Finance, CFA or CIMA), Internal Audit, Taxation, Information Technology (IT), Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Forensics.
The Requirements for Bursary
To apply for KPMG bursary, there are several requirements must be fulfilled by every candidates. The requirements is listed below:
- Applicants must be studying full-time
- Applicants must be completing the degree in minimum number of years
- Applicants must study a degree and at a university recognized by SAICA (South Africa Institute of Chartered Accountants)
- Students must achieve:
An average of 65% of academic in Financial accounting (60% for third year and 50% for CTA)
Total average of 65% (60% for third year and 55% for CTA) for four major subjects: Financial accounting, Tax, Auditing and Management accounting)
- KPMG bursary continuation will be awarded based on bursar’s academic progression throughout the period of study
Applying For Bursary
To apply for KPMG bursaries, candidates must be first registered for training contract and then choose the best post that suits the candidates. It also has different closing date, academic year, job details, etc. Apply for training contract here:
Or send inquiries about KPMG bursaries to www.kpmg.com/ZA/en/Pages/email-us.aspx