KPMG Namibia Bursaries 2019 – 2020

By | January 24, 2019
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KPMG Namibia Bursaries 2019 – 2020

We assist eligible students who are studying towards the Chartered Accountancy profession by offering them financial assistance (Bursaries)

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Minimum requirements

Grade 12s:

  • Grade 12 exemption allowing further study towards a BCom Accounting degree
  • A minimum of four subjects on Higher grade, including Mathematics and English
  • Namibian citizenship

 

Current graduate and post-graduates:

  • First, second or third year, studying towards a BCom Accounting degree, a CTA or an equivalent honours degree
  • Namibian citizenship

How to apply

Grade 12s:

You should submit the following:

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • Copies of your final Grade 11 results
  • Mid-year matric results
  • Relevant awards and other certificates

 

Current graduate and post-graduates:

You should submit the following:

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • Copies of your degree certificate and/or academic record
  • Relevant awards and certificates
  • Matric certificate

 

Please e-mail applications to our People Department through the connect with us on this side. Applications may be submitted throughout the year. Only successful candidates will be contacted and no documents will be returned.

KPMG Bursaries : How to Apply

We have to be honest. There’s a lot of competition for graduate opportunities at KPMG and not everyone gets offered a job. As you’d expect, our standards are high. We do believe, however, that the process of applying should be as easy as we can make it. As we recruit on a first come, first served basis, we recommend that you apply as soon as possible.

Our top tips are:

Tip 1

Apply as soon as you’ve decided that you want to join KPMG. We don’t have deadlines. So once we’ve filled all the positions in a particular area we’ll stop recruiting for it.

Tip 2

Give your application enough time and attention to make sure you provide all the information we need.

Tip 3

Practise and research – where practise tests are available, take them. Read up on our recruitment process on our website, and think about examples from your experience that you can use.

Tip 4

There are certain key behaviours that we look for in our graduates, so it’s worth keeping these in mind throughout the process, as we assess against them.

Tip 5

Find out about us too. The process is two-way and gives you the opportunity to see if KPMG is right for you, so make sure you research our business thoroughly.

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Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia Bursaries

PointBreak Namibia Bursaries

Burmeister and Partners ( Pty) Ltd Namibia Bursaries

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Veterinary Association of Namibia Bursaries 

Ohorongo Cement Namibia Bursaries

Namport Bursaries Application

Meatco Bursary Scheme

Standard Bank Namibia Bursaries

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CSA Bursaries Namibia

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