Who hasn’t heard of the famous Coca-Cola drink? The popular brand has been more than just a soft drink that everyone can enjoy on hot summers day. The Coca-Cola Company has also become a historic icon that has grown from a company that sells delicious soft drink beverages, to a multi-million establishment that has been offering more than 500 brands to people located in as many as 200 nations.
Besides the famous Coca-Cola soft drink, the company is also responsible for other iconic drinks that we come to love and enjoy as well, such as AdeS soy-based beverages, Ayataka green tea, Dasani waters, Del Valle juices and nectars, Fanta, Georgia coffee, Gold Peak teas and coffees, Honest Tea, Minute Maid juices, Powerade sports drinks, Simply juices, smartwater, Sprite, vitaminwater, and Zico coconut water.
Besides bringing smiles to peoples’ faces with their variety of beverages, Coca-Cola also believes in the power of creating positive contributions to the globe. This is done through the constant re-invention of their soft drink beverages. By introducing less sugar products with added benefits, as well as tracking down their carbon footprint within their means of production, Coca-Cola is constantly adapting to the continuous changes in order to become a company that is both ethical and sustainable. With over 700,000 employees under their wing, Coca-Cola doesn’t plan to stop growing any time soon.
About Coca-Cola Bursaries 2020
The Coca-Cola Bursary is a programme that is dedicated to providing assistance for over 1400 college students on a yearly basis. This bursary programme is open for any student who needs monetary assistance to pursue their studies. As long as they are willing to work hard and put in a lot of effort to achieve their dreams, the Coca-Cola foundation is more than willing enough the help these well-deserving students.
The South African division of Coca-Cola takes pride within its local communities, and they believe that the individuals in there have a lot of potential that needs to be dig out. That is why, through their bursaries, the Coca-Cola foundation is trying to do whatever they can to support the local students. Visit the official Coca-Cola website to see what the company believes in.
Coca-Cola Bursary Requirements
If you wish to pursue a Coca-Cola Bursary, all candidates must adhere to these following requirements beforehand. Please make sure that you have all of these fulfilled, as they will determine whether you will be accepted or not. Failure to have all of these requirements fulfilled may results in disadvantageous consequences that could affect the overall result of your application procedure for this bursary programme. For more information, visit the official website.
The Coca-Cola Bursary Requirements include:
- Having either a Matric or equivalent tertiary qualification in B.Com Degree in Statistics/Mathematics or Industrial Engineering Degree
- Has the necessary quantitative and analytical skills
- Knows how to operate a computer well
- A problem solver who can think outside of the box
- Has a high sense of motivation
- Has their own way of doing things but is also open towards input
- Able to communicate their thoughts and opinions in an effective manner.
How to Apply Coca-Cola Bursary 2020
If you would like to apply for a Coca-Cola Bursary, all you have to do is simply visit the official Career Page. From there on, you can check whether the bursary of your choice is available or not. If it is, simply click on it to start off your applications for the bursary programme. If it’s not available yet, you can check back the website any time soon for future openings. Please be noted that Coca-Cola Bursaries are usually closed at the end of each July.
Coca-Cola Contact Address
Consumer Contact Centre
Tel: +27 11 644 0666
Fax: +27 11 644 0666
Email: [email protected]
Source: Coca-Cola; Author: Larxsati; Editor: Melisa; Picture: coca-colaafrica.com.