Absa Bursaries 2017 – 2018

By | February 1, 2016

Absa Bursaries 2017

Absa bursaries programme is designed to make all the difference to careers of many South African youth. These bursaries provide financial support to full-time students and enable them to complete their education. Student who complete join the operations of the bank upon qualification. In recent years Absa bank has sponsored hundreds of ambitious students.

The bursary includes full tuition fees and will be paid out according to the annual bursary award and the individual’s needs. You will be assessed every year and if your performance is satisfactory, Absa will continue to sponsor you.

This bursary programme helps Absa employ top talent and it also offers financial support to fulltime students studying towards one of the following qualifications:

Absa Bursaries Available

IT
LLB
Informatics
Data science
Statistics
Actuarial sciences
Risk or investment management
Business mathematics and informatics (BMI)
Engineering (industrial, financial or process).
Other relevant mathematical sciences

Absa Bursaries Application Criteria

Applicants must be studying full-time for the 2016 academic year at an accredited South African university.
Applicants must not have a criminal record.
Undergraduate students must have achieved a minimum average of 70% in the first semester for the 2017 academic year.
They should also be studying to complete a Bachelor’s degree.

Matriculants Bursary Application

Applicants must have achieved a minimum average of 80% for the June 2016 examinations.
Applicants must be registered to study full-time for the 2016 academic year at an accredited South African university.

How To Apply for Absa Bursaries

In order to apply for Absa bursaries, student need to visit the website of the company and locate the bursary under Absa careers.

Like all other banking sector bursaries, Absa bursaries take applicants through a three or four year qualifications. These qualifications involve courses take in a university or university of technology. Such universities must be within the boarders of South Africa.