About the National Treasury
The National Treasury is a governmental establishment that is highly responsible for keeping track on South Africa’s financial sector. Under the supervision of the executive, as well as Parliament, the National Treasury provides assistance in managing the country’s financial resources as a means to lessen the state of poverty within the the general society. Over time, the National Treasury has aimed for newer objectives to further improve the socio-economic condition of their country. Some of these proposed initiatives include:
- Delving deeper into the field of industries and infrastructure
- Stricter regulation of any relevant markets
- Making education and skills development a top priority
- Eradicating poverty and lack of equality
- Increasing employment rates
- Supporting the need for more support with incomes
- Empowering South African citizens.
National Treasury Internship Programmes 2020-2021
The National Treasury is offering Internship programmes to students and graduates of South African universities in need of direct workplace experience. The National Treasury Internship Programmes 2020-2021, which will take place for a total of 24 months, is targeted at students who are in the midst of wrapping up their studies in 2020, or students who have finished their studies. The exposure you will get from the real-time working environment allows you to further develop yourself as you prepare for the job market in the future.
In order to apply for this programme, candidates must currently be a University or University of Technology student. Students should be pursuing a 3-year Degree or Diploma. However, unlike most internships, those who are attaining their Postgraduate qualifications can also apply for the opportunity. Additionally, candidates must be studying or have studied one of these courses below:
- Business Administration
- International Relations
- Philosophy, Politics & Economics
- Financial Management
- Public Administration
- Quantity Surveying
- Supply Chain Management
- Computer Networks
- Project Management
- Town Planning
- Tax Law
- Software Development
- Public Policy
- Maths & Statistics
- Systems Development
- Computer Science
- Development Economics
- Internal Audit
- Development Finance
- Public Finance
- Development Studies
- Information Technology
- Systems Analysis
The National Treasury Internship Programmes 2020-2021 requires all candidates to adhere to a list of eligibility criteria before you can proceed with the registration. Each of these items below will determine whether you are deserving enough of this opportunity. To ensure a level of success, please pay great attention to the list of criteria below.
The National Treasury Internship Programmes 2020-2021 Requirements are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Be 35 years old or below at the time of registration
- Has not been a part of any external internship programme
- Can provide these following documents:
- A valid copy of your Identity Document
- A valid copy of your complete official academic track records
- A valid copy of your educational certifications/qualifications (e.g. Senior Certificate)
- A valid copy of any available tertiary institutions certifications.
Candidates must not leave out any important document behind. Should candidates be sending incomplete applications that is missing a document, it is possible that your registration may be revoked.
Apply online: National Treasury Internship Programmes 2020-2021.
Applications for the programme are conducted through its very own registration portal. Candidates will need to sign in to their account to get started. However, if you do not have an account yet, you can make one beforehand. Afterwards, you will need to follow the rest of the registration instructions.
Since the committee requests for documents, please take note of these document upload instructions:
- Find the “Browser” button to open your files
- Choose the soft file that you would like to upload
- Find the “Save File” button if you would like to save a certain soft file
- The file that you have uploaded will appear right beside the “Safe File” Button.
All applications must be processed through this portal. Any documents or forms that are submitted through e-mail or fax will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Applications for the National Treasury – Graduate Development Programme 2020-2021 close on 30 September 2020. Candidates sending in applications past the set deadline will not be regarded by the staff. If you are certain that this is the right opportunity for you, please immediately sign up to secure your application position.
Announcements will only be made to selected candidates by the selection committee. Should you not hear back from them within three months past the deadline, we regret to inform you that you have not been shortlisted for the programme.
Committee Contact Details
Should you have any general enquiries or concerns about the National Treasury Internship Programmes, do not hesitate to reach out to any one of the committee members below:
- Welcome Nghulele: +27 12 315 5943
- Mmabatho Sepeng: +27 12 395 6653
- Anne Tjale: +27 12 395 6608
However, if you encounter any issues with the application system, you can directly send an e-mail to this provided e-mail address: [email protected] Make sure that you include your complete contact information so that the committee can get back to you with your questions.