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National Treasury Internship Programme

National Treasury Internship Programme

National Treasury Internship Programme… The National Treasury is committed to youth and skills development in the country. The Graduate Development Programme is directed at university graduates who have completed, or are in the process of completing their degrees in 2020.

The 24-month Internship Programme offers graduates opportunities to enhance skills and gain meaningful workplace experience to complement their studies. University or University of Technology students with a 3 year diploma/degree or a postgraduate qualification at an accredited higher educational institution in the following fields may apply

Accounting • Architecture • Business Administration • Computer Networks • Computer Science • Development Economics • Development Finance • Development Studies • Econometrics • Economics • Finance • Financial Management • Internal Audit • Informatics • Information Technology • International Relations • Law • LLB • Logistics • Maths & Statistics • Public Administration • Public Finance • Public Policy • Project Management • Philosophy, Politics & Economics • Quantity Surveying • Supply Chain Management • Software Development • Systems Development • Systems Analysis • Taxation • Tax Law • Town Planning

PLEASE NOTE: Preference will be given to high performing students with top grades

E-MAILED, FAXED AND LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

If you have not heard from the National Treasury within three months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

CLOSING DATE: 30 SEPTEMBER 2020

For any general queries please contact the following NT officials 
Mmabatho Sepeng: 012 395 6653
Welcome Nghulele: 012 315 5943
Anne Tjale: 012 395 6608

For any systems queries please send your query and contact details via e-mail to eRecruitment@Treasury.gov.za

For More Information:

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