Sanlam actuarial scholarships/actuarial financing to empower South African and non-South African citizens.
DEADLINE: July 31, 2022
The Sanlam Retail Affluent Business (SRA) is committed to empowering middle and upper income South Africans to be financially confident, safe and prosperous. With deep customer understanding and a focus on excellence in technology, customer and intermediary experiences, SRA delivers financial solutions including comprehensive financial planning, life and disability insurance, credit solutions, savings and investment, retirement and fiduciary services accessible through various platforms.
Calling all Matriculants and Actuarial students
SANLAM has been planning futures for over 100 years – it’s more than their job, it’s their business. SANLAM’s attitude is one of due commitment to doing what they do exceptionally well. So you can live with confidence.
Actuarial Scholarships / Actuarial Financing
Part of the dedication to their craft is the recognition that to be a master of their craft, support is a key ingredient.
Therefore, SANLAM is offering scholarships to scientists who have registered to study Actuarial Science in 2023, as well as to current students in their 1st/2nd/3rd year of Actuarial Science study.
Who are they looking for?
Current full-time Actuarial Science students (SA citizens and non-SA citizens) who are in their 1st, 2nd or 3rd year of study. If you demonstrate academic ability and a will to succeed, then you are exactly who SANLAM is looking for.
School leavers who want to study Actuarial Science in 2023
If you’re an expert at maths, like a good challenge by solving difficult problems, and are willing to stay focused and disciplined through years of studying and training, SANLAM is exactly what you’re looking for.
What does SANLAM offer?
Tuition and housing costs General allowance (books and pocket money) Mentoring and academic support of actuarial professionals from Sanlam Holiday work and networking opportunities with Sanlam staff Guaranteed work upon completion of study Ongoing support and payment for actuarial exams Range of job rotation opportunities in a broad spectrum of disciplines
What does SANLAM need?
Academic results: Full academic transcripts Proof of registration and/or fee statement Copy of matric certificate Copy of ID/passport or valid study Visa Comprehensive resume focused on academics, extramural activities and leadership skills A motivation to support your application that answers the following questions: In your own words, can you describe what an actuary does? Why do you want to study actuarial science? Why do you think you have what it takes to become an actuary? Why should Sanlam choose you as a scholarship holder? Becoming an Actuary, What Other Career Paths Are You Considering?
School leavers planning to study Actuarial Science in 2022
Academic results: 2021 final results Grade 11 Grade 12 mid-year 2022 results NBT results Grade 12 final results can be used as a determinant A score of more than 90% in mathematics and a general A comprehensive resume focused on academics, extramural activities and leadership skills A motivation to support your application which answers the following questions: Can you describe in your own words what an actuary does? Why do you want to study actuarial science? Why do you think you have what it takes to become an actuary? Why should Sanlam choose you to be a scholarship holder? If you fail to become an actuary, what other career paths are you considering?
How do you apply?
Apply online and attach the following documentation as indicated above:
SANLAM is committed to embracing and accelerating transformation. Therefore, in accordance with Sanlam’s Employment Plan, preference will be given to suitably qualified candidates from the designated groups (Black South Africans i.e. African, Colored and Indian Scholars) as well as non-SA citizens on merit.
Please note that all applications must be completed online. No more applications will be accepted via email or after the closing date.
All the best in your application!!!
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