Aon awards bursaries to students who show commitment to their career and study hard to achieve that. Aon has a unique process to identify students who are in need of financial assistance but are also working hard to complete their qualification.
Aon bursaries are given to 2nd and 3rd year university students within the boarders of South Africa. You must be studying towards risk or insurance qualification recognized by South Africa’s qualifications authority (SAQA).
These bursaries cover students cost towards registration fees and tuition fees.
Who Must Apply for Aon Bursary?
South African students
You must have finished your matric
You must be studying full time towards a qualification majoring in Risk and Insurance (2nd year OR 3rd year students only)
Studying at a recognised tertiary institute in South Africa
Excellent academic record
How To Apply for Aon Bursary?
In order to be considered for Aon bursary you will need to follow some steps and submit an application.
Applications can be done online via https://aon.erecruit.co.za/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse/
Students are advised to refrain from submitting original documents because they might be lost. We always advise bursary applicants to make certified copies that will accompany their bursary application.
Documents To Accompany Your Application
Your ID document copy
Your Grade 12 certificate copy
A copy of your academic record from your tertiary institution
Your Curriculum Vitae
Submit only certified copies of your certificates and identity document. Do not send your original certificates.
Aon bursary application address is as follows
For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Aon directly:
Head Office – Sandton
Tel: 011 944 7000