Shoprite Bursaries are available for IT, Accounting, Logistics, Pharmacy and Retail students. The closing date for applications is 30 June 2020.
The Shoprite Group will be allocating bursaries in the following way:
- Accounting (x10)
- IT (x24)
- Logistics (x24)
- Pharmacy (x5)
- Retail Business Management (x60)
Shoprite Bursaries application
To apply for Shoprite Bursaries, simply do so online here.
Students applying for Accounting Bursaries need to ensure that they have completed Semester 1 with an average of minimum 70%. Alternatively, they need to have completed a Bachelors of Accounting or BCompt qualification, leading to CTA and qualifying for a registered articles program with an average of at least 60% or above.
IT applicants need to have completed Semester 1 with an average of at least 70% overall. Alternatively, they may possess the relevant 3 year IT qualification, with an average of 60% or more.
Pharmacy Bursary applicants must have completed Semester 1 of their studies. Applicants need to have a Grade 12 average of at least 70% or more.
From the moment the Shoprite Group opened its very first stores in 1979, it had a bold vision for the future. One that would see the Group grow from strength to strength with new acquisitions and innovative expansion strategies building it into the leading food retailer it is today.
With more than 2998 outlets in 15 countries across Africa and the Indian Oceans islands, employing over 147 000 people, the Group continues to seize new opportunities for growth and even greater success in years to come.
Shoprite emerged as the biggest South African retailer in the 2019 Deloitte Global Powers of Retail Report based on revenue. It is the only South African retailer to be listed in the top 100 and is placed 86th in the world. The report ranks the 250 biggest retail groups across the world.