Full Tertiary Bursary Fund Programme Offered by Coronation In 2020 for Young and Talented Individuals
Coronation Fund Managers, or better known as Coronation, is a South African’s third-party fund management and the investment-led company that was going from zero to hero. This is due to the founders’ relentless efforts in earning and maintaining their clients’ trusts, which result them from having no clients at all in its inception year in 1993 to be an active player in South African’s financial market with satisfied clients who always want more of their prominent asset management services and long-term, valuation-driven investment approaches.
Their products’ range from the Emerging Market Equity to the Hedge Funds are both client-centred and delivered in several exceptional ways. As a result, Coronation has successfully manage R588 billion assets per September 2014. Furthermore, Coronation’s presences as per today can be felt not only in South Africa as its main office location, but also in Ireland, United Kingdom, and Namibia as its office branches, as well as Namibia Asset Management as its strategic partner.
Coronation’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes
Coronation’s merit and financial-based bursary programme’s history can be traced back in the year of 1993, where the company was disbursing bursary funds to limited numbers of young, talented, yet previously disadvantaged people to study at any South African’s recognised universities. Starting from 2007, Coronation began to expand its bursary recipients’ groups to other talented candidates by the Staff Bursary Fund, a voluntary donation created by Coronation’s staffs to help fund selected recipients’ studies until they graduate.
Coronation’s commitment to addressing South African’s inequality through being a catalyst in education makes it continue to increase its bursary programmes’ relevance and effectiveness for each bursary recipient’s professional development. That way, Coronation doesn’t only increase the number of recipients annually, nor that it only disburses full tuition and academic-related expenses for its recipients as it used to be in its inception year, but also assign internals to be bursary recipients’ mentors who are ready to help them to adjust in the new university life.
These above-mentioned aids are not only benefitting Coronation’s bursary recipients but also become nice additions to their vacation work during the bursary periods in Coronation’s Cape Town office. When those bursary recipients are working or not working at the Cape Town office, trained tutors will also offer additional support materials to those recipients, so that these bursary recipients’ presences in South Africa will truly help in reducing the country’s inequality problems.
How to Apply for Coronation’s Bursary Programme
Applicants who are interested to apply for Coronation’s bursary programme can register their account through Coronation’s official web portal. They can choose to fill in their data by clicking on the “Apply” button or link their Linkedin account by clicking on the “Apply with Linkedin” button or “Sign In with Linkedin” as soon as they got redirected to the login page after clicking on the “Apply” button. Applicants should also note that only those who are shortlisted will be sent a bursary contract from Coronation.
Opening and Closing Dates for Coronation’s Bursary Programme In 2020
Coronation’s bursary programme is open year-round, including in 2020. Visit Coronation’s official search portal for more information on its 2020’s bursary programme’s opening and closing dates.
Coronation’s Bursary Programme-Related Contact Details
These following telephone numbers and e-mail address can be contacted in cases of further questions relating to Coronation’s bursary programme:
- Telephone Number: +27 21 680 2000 or +27 21 680 2100
- E-Mail Address: [email protected]