FSCA STUDY BURSARY (ACTUARIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINE) 2022 - 2025

FINANCIAL SECTOR CONDUCT AUTHORITY

Gauteng, South Africa

Permanent

Sep 29

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is the market conduct regulator of financial institutions, that provide financial products and financial services, financial institutions that are licensed in terms of a financial sector law, including banks, insurers, retirement funds and administrators, and market infrastructures. The FSCA will grant a bursary to a Grade 12 student for actuarial science studies through the University of Witwatersrand or the University of Pretoria, for easy communication and mentoring of the student. This bursary is targeted at previously disadvantaged South African students with a South African ID who are not able to further their career in the actuarial science field for the period 2022 to 2025. The final decision to award the bursary will depend on the Grade 12 results and admission to an actuarial study programme through the University of Witwatersrand or the University of Pretoria. The successful candidate will be required to enter into a work-back contract with the FSCA proportional to the number of years he/she has been funded by the FSCA. The FSCA Actuarial Study Bursary will cover the followingRegistration and tuition fees;Accommodation;Meals;Books/study material/stationery/Internet time;Laptop (once-off); and Living expenses (monthly allowances for incidental expenses). Experiential Learning The bursar will be required to spend a minimum of 4 weeks per year at the FSCA during his/her vacation breaks for experiential learning.Correspondence and CommunicationPlease note that correspondence and communication will only be conducted with short listed candidates and that the FSCA reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.

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