SAICA Thuthuka Bursary Fund 2020 – 2021

SAICA Thuthuka Bursaries

Thuthuka is searching annually for scholastically excellent students who would like to be Chartered Accountants. This SAICA Thuthuka bursary fund is particularly aimed at students who are strong at Mathematics, however, those who perform strongly in other subjects should not be put off applying.

The only accredited universities working with Thuthuka are:

  • University of Johannesburg (UJ) – Bachelor of Accounting (Course Code BCA012) 
  • University of Cape Town (UCT)B Com (Course Code CB023)
  • Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMU) – BComAccounting (Course Code 40003)
  • Rhodes University – Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
  • Stellenbosch University (SU) – B Com Accounting/B Rek (Course Code 3091001)
  • University of Pretoria (UP) – B Com Accounting Sciences (Course Code 07130042)
  • University of the Free State  (UFS – Bloemfontein Campus)  – Bachelor of Accounting (Course/Study Code 6319)
  • University of Witwatersrand (WITS)B Ace Science (Course Code CB008)
  • University of Fort Hare – Commerce in Accounting (Course Code 60001) 
  • North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus) – B Com CA (Course Code 500 155 E371P)
About SAICA Thuthuka

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is one of the most influential accountancy firms in the country. SAICA administered the Thuthuka Bursary Fund, which aims to select qualified individuals from the African and Coloured student body who are interested to become Chartered Accountants, for undergraduate BCom Accounting education programmes.

SAICA Thuthuka Bursary Requirements and Eligibility

  • 60% in Mathematics in your Grade 11 Final Results (Level 5)
  • Passing marks for university entrance qualification
  • Low income
  • African or Coloured
  • Pass the National Benchmark Test (NBT)
  • Letter of acceptance to the university, final Grade 12 results and NBT results
  • All candidates will be assessed using the NSFAS means test to determine financial need.

How to Apply and Application Details

To apply for the SAICA Thuthuka Bursary, click here.

The following supporting documents must be submitted along with your application:

  1. Signed consent form (download it for here)
  2. A certified copy of your Applicants ID
  3. A certified copy of your Parents / Guardians  ID
  4. A certified copy of your Parents / Guardians salary advice or Affidavit if unemployed
  5. A certified copy of your Grade 11 Results
  6. A certified copy of your Grade 12 Results
  7. University provisional acceptance letter (to be sent as soon as received)
  8. Full academic transcript if already at University
  9. Proof of registration, if already at University
  10. Your parents’ latest salary advice
  11. Certified Copies of ID or Birth Certificates of other school-going dependants in your home
  12. A stamped letter from your school confirming registration as well as your subjects.

Applicants will be considered according to academic performance, National Benchmark Test (NBT) results and financial need as determined by the NSFAS financial means test.

Your application remains incomplete if:

  • The consent form is not signed or
  • All required documents are not uploaded.

 

Closing Date

The closing date for the applications is 31 July 2020.

Also Apply For: Ernst & Young Bursary

Contact Details

Tel: +27 8610 SAICA (72422) / +27 8610 SAICA (72422)
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

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Itumeleng Monei

Hello… Do I still stand a chance of being funded if I didn’t achieve 60% in Grade 11…but achieved 70% for June in Grade 12?

ZAMO

I’m a Grade 12 learner and I’m not doing accounting I only do pure Maths and physical sciences

Sam

If you didn’t get any feedback yet from them then consider your application is unsuccessful. You’re not eligible to get the chance.

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