Year-2014 apply for the Accenture scholarship programme today


This year’s Accenture Adventure kicked off simultaneously in

Johannesburg and Cape Town—marking the start of a dynamic, two-day work

experience for 30 graduate students from across South Africa.

Accenture employees aren''t the only people recognising Accenture as a

terrific place to build a career. Accenture South Africa has been

certified by the Top Employers Institute for the fifth consecutive year

for our excellent employee offering, which includes our working

conditions and the way in which we look after our employees. The

recognition Accenture receives reinforces the value we place on our

people and their personal and professional growth.

With the breadth of talent our people have, they not only build strong

careers, they offer their talents and skills to help clients and

communities around the world. Bring your talent and passion to

Accenture—sharpen your skills, build an extraordinary career and play a

key role in delivering consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions

that transform organisations and communities around the world.

Accenture South Africa is accepting applications for our 2014

Scholarship Programme until 1 October, 2013. If you are a top student,

or know of one who may be interested in applying for a scholarship,

please visit us to find out more and apply. The scholarship programme

is part of our independent Education Trust, which was established to

support students who have strong academic abilities in specific

disciplines, and limited access to financial resources. Selected

candidates are awarded a full scholarship that enables them to continue

their education at one of South Africa’s premier tertiary institutions.
 

Latest Articles

  •  List of accredited institutions of higher education in USA
    List of accredited institutions of higher education in USA

    There are seven regional accreditors involved in higher education accreditation in the United States. Read More

  •   $7 Million  Spend to  UNESCO for Girls’ Education in Pakistan
    $7 Million Spend to UNESCO for Girls’ Education in Pakistan

    This month, UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova and Pakistan’s State Minister for Education. Read More

  • peru govt investing for public school library US $58.4 million
    peru govt investing for public school library US $58.4 million

    The Ministry of Education in Peru (Minedu) is investing about US$ 58.4 million to improve public hig. Read More

  • Wait is Over For Dubai Students as General Certificate of Secondary Ed
    Wait is Over For Dubai Students as General Certificate of Secondary Ed

    DUBAI Weeks of revising and anxiously waiting came to an end on Thursday as students received their . Read More

  • Building Resilience in Tanzanian Secondary School Girls
    Building Resilience in Tanzanian Secondary School Girls

    In Tanzania, university admission is entirely dependent on one high-stakes exam, given over the c. Read More

Latest Classified

Top Featured Institutes