Aon Bursary 2021: Financial Assistance for 3rd year, Masters, or Honours Students

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About Aon
Aon is a prominent company in South Africa that is dedicated to the world of insurance. As one of the country’s biggest providers of insurance services, the firm has a diverse portfolio that meets the ever-changing demands of their clients. At the moment, Aon has 13 offices scattered all over South Africa, with a dedicated working staff of 800 employees under their wing. From risk consulting to resinsurance brokerage, Aon has the flexibility to adapt to a variety of issues. With FAIS-certified brokers and specialists ready to tend to clients, Aon is able to come up with the most suitable financial solution to will work best for your personal needs or your organization.

Aon combines both professional expertise in the department with excellent working attributes. Employees establish long-lasting relationships with clients as a means to provide excellent customer service. In an industry where every step could bring in risks, Aon attempts to reassure clients with pragmatic solutions that are low in consequences. By assessing all six of their core components, which as retirement, risk, health, talent, data, and analytics, as well as capital, Aon sees the big picture before providing you with a specific solution. Clients will be pleased to experience significant company excellence from working with Aon.

About the Aon Bursary 2021
Aon is offering bursary opportunities for academically-driven students who plan to embark on a career path in the diverse South African Insurance Industry. The Aon Bursary is one of the many initiatives conducted by the company to support the current generation of bright youths. Recognizing the importance for immediate skills development, especially in the Insurance Industry, the Aon Bursary hopes that the bursary attracts more students to be a part of the leading sector in the future.

For application purposes, please take note of the Aon Bursary Reference Number: AON201124-1.

Eligibility Criteria
The Aon Bursary is available for candidates who require financial assistance to get through with their educational pursuits. Before signing up for the bursary, candidates are expected to fulfill the requirements that are asked of by the selection committee. Each of these items will be used by the committee to assess their candidates on a fair basis. To guarantee a successful application, it is advised that you fulfill all these eligibility criteria below. Failure to do so might put your applications in a risky position.

The Aon Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:

  • Officially recognized as a legitimate citizen of South Africa
  • Must be a 3rd year, Masters, or Honours students
  • Currently majoring in the field of Risk and Insurance
  • Displays an astounding academic track record.

Application Instructions
Apply now: Aon Bursary 2021.

Interested candidate must have an account on the registration portal to begin on your applications. If you do not have one, you can create an account by following a few simple steps.

After you have your account, make sure that you safeguard it from others. Your account credentials, especially your password, should be kept secured. This is to prevent possible privacy breaches from hackers who could misuse the information on your account.

Alternatively, you can register for the bursary by syncing your Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn account. This will help save up more time instead of having to create an account from scratch.

All provided information should reflect the candidate’s current conditions. Candidates founds to be misrepresenting any aspects of their application will be disqualified from the registration process. Similarly, candidates who do not provide complete information will not be acknowledged as well.

Closing Date
Applications for the Aon Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 10 January 2021.

The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late submissions. Candidates founds to be making their submissions past the deadline will automatically be disqualified from the recruitment process.

Since there is ample time left, it is highly encouraged that candidates begin on their applications as soon as possible. It will give you more time to double check all of your qualifications before processing them on the registration portal.

Additionally, getting a head start on your applications can also prevent any unwanted incidents from online application procedures (e.g. sudden poor Internet signals, etc.) If you find the Aon Bursary to be a suitable opportunity, get started with your registration immediately.

Employment Equity
Please be kindly informed that the Aon Bursary will be strictly implementing their Employment Equity policies during the recruitment process. The purpose behind this is to promote diversity within the workplace. One of the efforts taken by the company is to provide equal opportunities both internal candidates and external candidates.

Therefore, both internal and external recruitment of the Aon Bursary will be regulated under the company’s Employment Equity policies. Consideration will be offered to internal candidates first before moving on to external candidates. This will be done until the recruitment process meets the goals that have been established under Employment Equity.

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