What is an Accounting bursary?
- Trainees are provided with a broad exposure in all spheres of finance as prescribed as by SAICA
- You will get exposed to accounting and external reporting, management decision-making and control, financial management, risk management, governance and taxation
- Covers most of the costs such tuition and accommodation
- The bursary provides support for the duration of your degree
What do Accountants do?
Part of the growth and development of this country is developing and guiding the next generation of Accountants. Find out how Old Mutual empowers and develops its future Accountants. Watch the video.
Find out more on being an Accountant at Old Mutual.
What the bursary offers
The costs of tuition at the following:
- North-West University
- Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
- University of Cape Town
- Rhodes University
- University of Fort Hare
- University of Free State
- University of Johannesburg
- University of KwaZulu-Natal
- University of South Africa (UNISA)
- University of Stellenbosch
- University of Pretoria
- University of the Witwatersrand
- University of the Western Cape
Residence fees and one annual return flight home for students who are not studying in their hometown.
Why apply for the Old Mutual's Accounting bursary?This is a great opportunity for your career path.
See what the requirements are to get the bursary and what the bursary has to offer.
- If you are a South African citizen then you can apply for the bursary.
- You need to have passed matric with at least 70% or Level 6 for all subjects including Mathematics (not Maths Literacy) and English
- You also need to commit to our CA Training Programme, after which you will work for Old Mutual
We believe in extensive training and development for our graduates in order to become a competent Chartered Accountant. As this is imperative for Old Mutual, trainees are assigned to qualified and experienced mentors and supervisors.