KPMG prides itself on finding well-rounded students with a history of exceptional academic performance. By awarding these bursaries of this nature KPMG believes that applicants are exactly the kind of people the company is looking for.
Bursaries offered at KPMG fall under two unique options. The first bursary offer is a Pure Merit Bursary which is based solely on your academic results and the second is the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs which is based on your academic results and your current financial position.
In deciding which bursary option is most suited to you, please consider that both options require outstanding academic achievement as a basis and then the following distinction applies between the two:
- Applicants that do not require extensive funding for their studies must apply for the Pure Merit Bursary option.
- If you require some significant funding for your studies without which you could not attend university then the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs may be for you.
KPMG reserves the right to solely determine whether you should be awarded the Pure Merit Bursary or the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs and to determine the amount awarded under such bursary. KPMG further reserves the right to solely determine whether you should receive this award in subsequent years and if so the amount thereof, which will depend on the satisfactory progress made by you and the availability of funds to KPMG.
Please note that a Bursary Contract is subject to you entering into a leamership (training contract) with KPMG that will start once you have completed your studies at a SAICA accredited university i.e. obtaining a CTA/GOA qualification. Should any of your details change in the future ie: personal contact details, University, financial position, you are required to inform us within 48 hours of the change.
How To Apply for KPMG bursary options?