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FNB is part of the FirstRand Banking group and is the oldest bank in South Africa, formed in Grahamstown in 1838. As a financial institution we provide personal , private, business , commercial and corporate banking services to customers across South Africa as well as in the following countries in Africa: Zambia; Botswana; Namibia; Swaziland; Lesotho; Tanzania; Ghana; Mozambique.
As a bank founded by entrepreneurs, we subscribe to an “owner manager” culture. This means that the leaders of our smaller, more agile groups of businesses can be more competitive, flexible and collaborative. We have an entrepreneurial drive to action that is conducive for our people to have space to make a difference, work that is challenging, opportunities to innovate and working conditions that are flexible.
What are we looking for?
We hire and develop students to join teams of IT specialists, engineers, finance and accounting gurus, actuaries and statisticians, risk specialists.
Students with a minimum 3 year university degree in commerce, science or engineering.
How to apply
Submit your CV and academic results on www.fnbgrad.mobi
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FNB Bursary Programme for future leaders
We believe in growing future leaders for South Africa, which begins with growing our brightest young minds. The reality is that there are many strong academic students who show the greatest potential and dedication, but have very limited financial resources. Which is why we’ve established the FNB Bursary Programme for top-class students who need funding to complete their commerce and science degrees. We believe in investing in you, without any expectation of you working back or paying back the funds. It’s another way in which we’re committed to helping to create a better world. Because a better world needs better leaders.
We’ve partnered with only the best bursary service providers to ensure we’re helping deserving students receive the education, mentorship and support they need. So speak to one of our bursary service providers today.
Note: Closing dates vary between June and September, depending on the provider:
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Work experience details
Future League week (July 2 – 13 July)
FNB Future League gives you, the student who wants more from a career, the opportunity to experience FNB across various disciplines and most importantly, gets you an insider's glimpse of what it would be like to work at FNB. Here we'll show you how your specific studies are put into practice.
You need to be in your penultimate or final year of studies to qualify. To be invited submit your application between 1 March and 15 June.
What is vacation work?
Vacation work is an opportunity for students to gain insight into what it's like working at FNB as well as to add value and get real work experience in environments across the bank that make use of your specific knowledge and skill sets.
When and where does it take place?
There will be two intakes of vac students during the June/July and December/Jan periods and applications for each period will be open during the preceding month. Most of the opportunities will be based in our head office in Johannesburg, but we will also host students in various areas country-wide, depending on the assignments available. Students in their final or penultimate year of studies in faculties such as Science (IT and quantitative degrees such as Statistics or Actuarial studies) and Engineering.
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