Pricewaterhouse Cooper Bursaries: Achieve More For Success

By | November 20, 2016

Pricewaterhouse Cooper Bursaries: Achieve More For Success

Pricewaterhouse Cooper, one of the biggest firm in auditing business and provides and invites every qualified South African students to join the Pricewaterhouse Cooper bursaries programme.

About Pricewaterhouse Cooper

Pricewaterhouse Cooper bursaries

Pricewaterhouse Cooper is one of the largest professional service network firm in the world, along with Deloitte, KPMG and Ernst & Young. With offices spread in 157 countries and over 208,100 employees, PwC has been granted many awards and achivements in accounting world. PwC company has focus in giving services in consulting services, assurance services, country desks, tax services and IFRS. PwC has been involved in auditing almost every industries which needed the services; agribusiness, chemicals, automotive, banking and capital markets, healthcare, insurance etc.

Available Fields of Study

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (IT)/Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Comp in Informatics
  • Bachelor of Accounting Science
  • Actuarial Science/Mathematics
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Business Science

The Qualifications For Bursary

  • Applicants must be South African citizen with valid ID number
  • Applicants must have good personality, good leadership, sociable and a teamwork player
  • Applicants with needy financial status and qualified will be given properties
  • For Matriculants, applicants must study toward a Chartered Accountancy qualification, must intend to study full-time at any South Africa Institution Of Chatered Accountant accredited institution, must have obtained minimum Level 6 in Mathematics and English and overall average of 70%
  • For university students, must be studying towards Chartered Accountancy stream, have been accepted at an SAICA accredited university, first year students must have pass all courses with average minimum of 65%. Second year students must have pass all courses with average minimum of 60%. For third and fourth year students must pass all courses average minimum of 55%

Pricewaterhouse Cooper bursary may only cover some portion of academic expenses, e.g. tuition fees, accommodation fees and books. Successful bursars will be required to work for Pricewaterhouse Cooper in training contract and will be supported to furthermore education in areas that is directly  after joining PwC.

Applying For Bursary

Pricewaterhouse Cooper bursaries have varied closing dates in every areas: Gauteng on 30 November, Eastern Cape on 31 July, Western Cape on 31 July, KwaZulu-Natal on 31 July, North East on July 31 and Central on 31 July. To apply for the available bursary programme, click here:

For quiries about Pricewaterhouse Cooper bursaries, click to fill requirements on this page :