Computershare’s Internship Programme Opportunities on 2020 for South African Citizens Recently Graduating from Commerce-Related Studies
When it was founded in Melbourne’s city suburb in 1978, Computershare’s service was as limited as only to provide various computerised services to automate business processes. As its business grows, Computershare begins to develop a unique specialisation in providing computer bureau services to Australian share registrars, which resulted in Computershare’s enhanced financial capabilities.
It was starting at an AUD36 billion market cap with only 60 staffs when it was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 1994. As for now, the market cap has emerged to a whopping zillion with 16,000 staffs all over the financial markets. Computershare’s rapidly increased amounts of more than 125 million customer records from the 6 million in 1994 have not only proven Computershare as a successful multinational company but also a great company to work for those who want to broaden their professional network.
Computershare’s Internship Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
Computershare’s internship programme’s scheme is also known as the Computershare Graduate Development Programme. This 12-month duration programme will equip newly-graduated commerce students with theoretical and practical knowledge while enabling them to earn the salary at the same time. Additionally, mentors who will support each intern’s growth and review their performance on an ongoing basis are also there to help interns overcome working challenges better.
Depending on each intern’s performance during the programme, there will also be opportunities for interns to be Computershare’s full-time workers upon the completion of Computershare’s Graduate Development Programme. Since this internship programme is exclusively for commerce graduates, interns who have graduated from this internship scheme will be able to build solid career foundations in the financial services industry.
Interested applicants who are eager to apply for Computershare’s internship programme should satisfy these following requirements:
- Be South African citizens who are no more than 35 years old at the time of applying
- Have a South African Matric Grade 12 certificate
- Be fresh graduates from three-years commerce degrees at any recognised South African institutions in the following programmes and field of studies:
- BCom in Accounting, Financial Management, or Auditing
- BBA in Finance and Investment.
- Have an at least 65% average of the recent tertiary academic transcript
- Have previous work experiences, vacation works, or in-service training experiences (plus points, but not mandatory)
- Don’t participate in any learnership, graduate, or internship-related programmes prior to applying
- Be historically disadvantaged individuals (will be given first preferences).
Computershare’s Internship Programme’s Application Processes
Applicants who think they are qualified for Computershare’s internship programme can email their CV, cover letter, certified copies of their Matric certificates, tertiary academic transcripts, and other relevant qualification’s certificates to [email protected] There will always be notifications for successful and unsuccessful applicants.
There will be an email notification from Computershare’s Recruitment Team for unsuccessful applicants within 14 days of document emailing processes. Conversely, the recruitment team will invite successful applicants to undergo an interview session with the Programme Manager for those who are successful. Successful candidates in the interview session will then be invited to do a psychometric assessment before they are accepted into Computershare’s Graduate Development Programme.
Opening and Closing Dates of Computershare’s Internship Programme on 2020
Interested intern candidates should be ready in the beginning of January each year since those are usually the beginning dates of Computershare’s internship programme each year. Visit Computershare’s main internship page for more information on the 2020’s internship programme’s opening and closing dates.