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The Thuthuka Bursary Fund 2012 for African Students
« on: Jan 06, 2011, 01:01 AM »
The Thuthuka Bursary Fund is looking for academically strong black and
coloured learners who aspire to become Chartered Accountants. Students who
do exceptionally well in Mathematics and have excellent marks in the other
subjects to qualify for university entrance may apply.

The University of Pretoria has 50 Thuthuka bursaries available to award
each year for students studying B.Com (Accounting Sciences). It is a
unique bursary in that, if you are chosen, you get placed on the University of
Pretoria Thuthuka Programme, which is committed to seeing you pass your
exams and qualifying as a CA (SA).

Students who do exceptionally well in most subjects yet obtain poor results in
Mathematics do not qualify. Good results in Mathematics (NOT Mathematical
Literacy) are key in a pursuing a career in Chartered Accountancy.

Do you qualify?
· Do you have 60% in Mathematics in your Grade 11 Final Results (Level 5)?
· Do you have enough points to qualify for university entrance?
· Do you come from a family that cannot support you financially at tertiary?
· Are you an African or Coloured learner?

If you answered YES to all the questions above, then you qualify.

Complete an application form and have it reach us before 31 May (with all the
supporting documents)
· Click here to download the 2011 application form (74Kb PDF)
· Request application forms via SAICA's contact centre: 086 107 2422
· Email: janes@saica.co.za; or
· Write to us at:

The Thuthuka Bursary Fund
PO Box 59875
Kengray
2100

For further information contact:
The UP Thuthuka Programme Administrator
Department of Accounting, University of Pretoria
Email: lehlogonolo.mogafe@up.ac.za
Tel: 012 420 3867
Fax: 012 362 5142

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