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At PwC, we believe in growing our community of solvers and we are proud of our history of supporting more than 500 students annually. We offer bursaries to aspiring chartered accountants with various levels of support while they work hard and focus on their studies. For our aspiring CAs, learning doesn’t end at graduation: with PwC, it’s just the beginning. After you complete your studies, you get to complete your training and get your professional qualification at PwC!
We want students who have a great academic track record at school or university. If you’re an undergraduate, a CTA/PGDA student or in your Grade 12 year, apply for a bursary and start your journey towards being a qualified CA with our community of solvers.
Academic achievement award — a fixed amount that includes a book allowance, payable to the university towards your tuition.
Bursaries open on 1 July 2023 and close on 31 August 2023
When you work with other people, you should show that you can get on well with them.
The ability to assess a situation and start working on a solution independently.
You should be a South African citizen with a valid ID number.
You can make things happen. Perhaps you have a strong personality or perhaps you can present ideas very clearly.
The ability to work well with others and understand the importance of working together.
Commitment to studying towards a Chartered Accountancy qualification.
You must be intending to study full time at a SAICA-accredited institution.
You must have a minimum of a B-symbol for Mathematics and English (first or second language), and an overall average of 75%. We do not consider Maths Literacy.
You must be studying towards a CA qualification.
You must be studying full time at a SAICA-accredited institution.
If you are a first-year or second-year undergraduate student you must be passing all your courses with an average of at least 70%.
Third- and fourth-year undergraduate students must be passing all courses with an average of at least 65% and must qualify for honours according to the relevant university requirements.
We do not provide bursaries to students who intend to do a bridging course that will provide entrance into a SAICA-accredited qualification.
Certified Matric certificate
Official transcript (university students)
For each parent/guardian, three payslips or official bank statements, or an affidavit in the case of unemployment.