South African National Treasury Internship 2024 for Graduate South Africans. Apply below.
When is Application Deadline:
9th October 2024
Tell Me About South African National Treasury Internship:
The National Treasury is committed to the country’s youth and skill development. Our 36-month internship programme offers graduates opportunities to enhance skills and gain valuable work experience to complement their qualifications. Graduates from an accredited tertiary institution who have obtained a minimum of 3-year diploma, degree, or postgraduate qualification in one of
the following fields are eligible to apply:
Which Fields are Eligible?
- Business Science Finance
- Business Administration
- Computer Science
- Cost & Management Accounting
- Development Economics
- Development Finance
- Financial Accounting
- Financial Management
- Internal Audit
- Information Systems
- Information Technology
- International Law
- International Relations
- Investment Management
- Public Administration
- Public Finance
- Public Policy
- Public Management
- Risk Management
- Supply Chain Management
Who can Apply for South African National Treasury Internship?
Only South African citizens can apply
Applicants should not have participated in an internship programme before
Attachments/Documents required when submitting your application
South African ID (Required)
Grade 12 certificate (Required)
Full official academic record (Required)
Tertiary qualification/s certificate (Required)
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If you have not heard from the National Treasury within three months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
How to calculate average
- Add all the marks of the modules for each of your qualification/s you have obtained and/or still in progress, divide the total by the number of modules to get your academic average for the programme you are applying for. Example: If you are choosing to apply for the Economics Programme, then you must add up all modules for the undergraduate and Honours/Masters of Economics, then you will be able to determine your overall academic performance average. BCom Economics (65%), Honours Economics (70%) and Masters Economics (80%)
- The total of all three must be divided by 3 or 2 depending on the number of qualifications you have and that will give you your overall academic performance average.
- If you only have an undergraduate or its still in progress, after adding all of your modules together (from 1st year until the latest results available), divide the total by the number of modules, to get your academic average.
How are Applicants Selected?
e-Mailed, post, hand delivered, faxed and late applications will not be accepted, and preference will be given to high performing students with top grades.
The National Treasury is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and the persons living with disabilities in particular. Our buildings are accessible to people living with disabilities. If you have not heard from the National Treasury within three months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
Which Countries are Eligible?
How Many Awards?
What is the Benefit of South African National Treasury Internship?
The 36-month internship programme offers graduates opportunities to enhance skills and gain valuable work experience to complement their qualifications.
How Long will Award Last?
How to Apply:
To apply, go to: https://erecruitment.treasury.gov.za/eRecruitment/#/browseJobs