Mercedes-Benz Has A Bursary Programme on 2020 For Future and Current South African Students who are Highly Exceptional
Integrity and good corporate governances are keys to Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA, or “Mercedes-Benz” in this article’s context)’s successes in stabilising and growing its financial conditions. Moreover, Mercedes-Benz has also developed positive and sustainable economic and social impacts to prosper the South Africans, which lead this Daimler AG’s subsidiary company to reap various awards that further enhance on its brands.
Being a current Level 8 contributor for B-BBEE, Mercedes-Benz has several enriching programmes, including the bursary programme, that are specifically aimed at empowering South African people. Along with its current status as a Level 4 contributor according to South African’s Financial Services, Mercedes-Benz is indeed a convincing company for disbursing financial aids for South African citizens and Permanent Residents to aid them in university-related expenses.
Mercedes-Benz’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
The Mercedes-Benz company disburses bursary funds to outstandingly-performed students to continue their studies according to their chosen South African university. As a part of its scheme, Mercedes-Benz pays in full tuition, meals, and books-related fees during the recipients’ study periods, including providing them opportunities to work at Mercedes-Benz’s East London plant on holiday periods.
In the end, those bursary recipients are eligible for Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA)’s Graduate Development programme, which will enable them to advance their careers while working with the world’s leading automotive manufacturing companies. To be eligible for Mercedes-Benz’s bursary programme, applicants should have these following criteria:
- Be either one of South African people or Permanent Residents
- Have a Grade 12 certificate (Special Note: Those who have distinctive capabilities in HG Mathematics and/or HG Physical Sciences will be given first priority).
- Be current or future students who study Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial or Mechatronics), Human Resources, Logistics, Procurement/Purchasing, or IT.
- Current students need to be at least in their first years and at most in their fourth years and be able to maintain at least 65% average on their entire Tertiary studies’ transcripts.
- Not be employees in any of South African-based Mercedes-Benz’s group companies.
In addition, these following supporting documents should also be prepared well in advance and submitted when applicants are thinking to apply for Mercedes-Benz’s bursary programme:
- A PDF form of their most recent CV.
- Certified copies of ID cards, Grade 12 results, and Tertiary studies’ transcripts.
How to Apply for Mercedes-Benz’s Bursary Programme
Mercedes-Benz’s bursary application begins when applicant creates their accounts on Daimler’s official web portal through clicking on the “My Job Application” button located on the right side of the web page. Applicants will then be redirected to the ePeople system, where they can input the necessary data for bursary applications.
After that, applicants should choose the “MBSA Bursary Programme” on the left-side menu to start creating a new folder for bursary applications. They can also upload their CV through the “Upload CV” menu, along with the entire supporting documents as noted in the points above.
Opening and Closing Dates of Mercedes-Benz’s Bursary Programme on 2020
Mercedes-Benz’s bursary programmes are open year-round. Visit Mercedes-Benz’s official bursary portal for more information on its opening and closing deadlines on 2020.
Mercedes-Benz’s Bursary Programme’s Contact Details
Mercedes-Benz’s bursary applicants should mail their questions to the assigned PO Box address, toll-free, or telephone numbers as listed on below:
- PO Box Address: Mercedes-Benz South Africa, PO Box 1717, Pretoria, 0001
- Toll-Free Number: 0800 1 333 55
- Telephone Number: (012) 677 1500