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Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assuranceconsultingfinancial advisoryrisk advisorytax and related services. Our global network of member firms and related entities in more than 150 countries and territories (collectively, the "Deloitte organization") serves four out of five Fortune Global 500® companies.  Learn how Deloitte's approximately 312,000 people make an impact that matters at www.deloitte.com  Our Professionals demonstrate their commitment to a single vision: To be the standard of excellence, while working towards one purpose – to make an impact that matters.

Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration and high performance. As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you will find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

Students who are studying towards a CA (SA) qualification.

Opportunities are also available for Namibian citizens.

At Deloitte we call bursaries FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS. If you are awarded a Training Contract at Deloitte you'll be eligible to apply for a Financial Contribution.

The financial contribution process is open to all South African and Namibian citizens.

  • You need to be studying a SAICA accredited CA-stream degree at university. If you are at school and plan to study a CA-stream degree, you are also welcome to apply.
  • Applications are open throughout the year.
  • All funding will be allocated to tuition and prescribed books first, any balance will then be allocated to accommodation
  • On completion of studies, students are required to complete a 3 year traineeship with Deloitte.
Young Executive Programme (YEP)
This programme is offered to learners in Gr. 11 and Matric during the April and October school breaks. This information-packed programme provides insight into why choosing the Chartered Accounting career is a GREAT option. It will also introduce you to the firm and start showing you how auditors and accountants are way more fun than the market makes us out to be.
Introduction programme
This programme runs over two days (in Jun/Jul and Nov/Dec) and really gives you a good idea of what being a trainee is all about, what makes Deloitte and its people special and offers an introduction to our audit software.
Advanced programme
This programme runs over three days (in Jun/Jul and Nov/Dec) and really gives you a good idea of what being a trainee is all about, what makes Deloitte and its people special and offers an introduction to our audit software.
Field Work
In order to attend Field Work, students must have completed the Advanced programme. This programme is exclusive to students with a Training Contract at Deloitte.

Work Experience Closing dates:  Various – please check the website www.joindeloitte.co.za for updated information.

How to apply

A Training Contract allows you to carry out your compulsory period of practical training at the firm (often called Articles).


Step 1 – Create your profile online

Step 2 – Upload the relevant documents

• Identity Document

• Proof of Registration (University Students)

• School letter (Grade 11/12)

• Full Academic Record

Step 3 – Your documents will be verified

Step 4 – We’ll contact you to schedule an Assessment Centre (a.k.a an interview)

Step 5 – Brush up on interview tips

Step 6 – Attend the Assessment Centre at one of our offices around the country (Due to Covid19 we are hosting virtual interviews)

Step 7 – Receive feedback within two business days on whether or not your application was successful

Step 8 – If successful, we’ll offer you a Training Contract to complete your three-years of articles at Deloitte.

Step 9 – Apply for funding  (called a Financial Contribution) – optional

Visit our website to get started – www.joindeloitte.co.za

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