BMW’s Bursary Programme In 2020 For Current Academically-Excelling University Students
Along with its MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as both of its subsidiary companies and sought-after brands, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (or “BMW Group” or “BMW” as noted in this article) has been known as the world’s leading luxury motorcycle, vehicle, and automaker company since 1916, a year which it was first founded. As a luxury-based industry, BMW commits to set the highest standards of innovativeness for personalised mobility experiences in its entire products.
BMW doesn’t only focus on its premium products. Instead, BMW also becomes one of the Euro Stoxx-listed Top 50 stock with biggest market index numbers. This financial prowess makes this Munich, Bavaria-headquartered company capable of delivering several programmes in BMW’s over 100 countries’ operations, including in South Africa.
BMW’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes and the Overview of Its Requirements
BMW’s bursary programme is a merit-based bursary, which means BMW offers bursaries to help fund students who are academically proficient and willing to commit to work at BMW to help BMW reach its goal to continually establish, prepare, and develop talent pipelines within the company as well as increasing the amount of job satisfaction in the BMW Group.
In order to be able to attract bright-minded future employees, BMW commits to provide paid vacation work experiences and dialogue-based development sessions for BMW associates, which means its bursary recipients, as well as work-based individual and group projects in conjunction with the BMW SA Graduate Programme.
These entire practical benefits for BMW’s bursary recipients help them to gain more work experiences and presences after graduating. In addition, bursary recipients of BMW’s bursary programme will also get their tuitions, registrations, books, exams, classes, and accommodation-related fees paid in full amount by the company.
To be eligible to apply for BMW’s bursary programme, an applicant should be a current University student in South African’s recognised universities with a minimum overall score of 70% in the academic transcripts.
How to Apply for BMW’s Bursary Programme
BMW’s bursary programme’s application is done through e-mailing [email protected] with “Bursaries Application” (without ” “) on the subject line.
BMW’s Bursary Programme’s Opening and Closing Dates on 2020
BMW opens up the bursary programme every year, including on 2020. Visit BMW Group’s official portal for more information on its 2020’s bursary programme’s opening and closing deadlines.