Liberty offers Actuarial Science bursaries to full-time students from their second year of study. A Liberty bursary covers tuition; accommodation, meals and a travel allowance (where applicable); support; networking opportunities and vacation work. You will be guaranteed employment once you have completed your studies at university.
- Maintain continuous excellent academic performance in all modules in first year of study;
- Maintain an overall average above 60% and average 65% or more for mathematical and actuarial modules;
- Good leadership qualities and participation in extramural activities such as sports, debating societies, chess clubs and various olympiads, etc. is an added advantage; and
- South African citizen by birth or descent.
An Internship is a programme for graduates who require work experience in order to gain a professional qualification or unemployed graduates who require work experience to become more marketable.
- Interns must have achieved a National Senior Certificate or National Certificate (Matric/Grade 12) and a three year degree;
- Internships are available for young, unemployed people between the ages of 18 and 35; and
- Only South Africans may be registered on an internship.
A learnership is a structured work-based learning programme that includes both theoretical learning with an accredited training provider and practical experience in the workplace that leads to a registered qualification. At Liberty, learnerships start on the 1 January of each year and end on the 31 December of the same year.
- Applicants must have passed Grade 12 and must be currently unemployed;
- Applicants must not have more than a Grade 12;
- Only SA citizens aged 18-35 are eligible to apply;
- As per Liberty’s Employment Equity plan, preference will be given to African candidates, African Women and African people with disabilities; and
- Learnerships are only available in Johannesburg and Cape Town
Liberty hosts two Actuarial scholar days every year with the aim of exposing Grade 11 and 12 learners to the field of actuarial science. Actuarial scholar days are intended for learners who are interested in pursuing a career in actuarial science.
- You must be a Grade 11 or 12 learner
- You must take Mathematics as a subject