Takealot Bursary 2021:
Takealot.com contributes to skills development in the Information Technology, Computer Science and Computer Engineering sector through funding bursaries for deserving candidates who are South African citizens studying at public South African institutions towards relevant degree programmes.
Takelot.com simultaneously wants to create a talent pipeline of developers to enter our graduate development programme. Our bursaries therefore come with a work back obligation and vacation work.
The main criteria used in the selection of successful applicants are academic potential and motivation for a career with Takealot.com.
Takealot.com’s mission is to be the most customer-centric online shopping destination in Africa. Our company is built around the simple concept that the customer comes first.
We are a young, dynamic, hyper growth company looking for smart, creative, hard-working people to join us. We offer a great working environment with even cooler people and a promise that you won’t be bored as long as you’re up for a challenge and want to build something great.
Our Engineering Process
Our developers are involved in the full software life cycle, from the requirements gathering, design and development to ownership and maintenance. Our fast-paced agile deployment cycle means we can iterate quickly and deploy improvements for our customers on a daily basis. Developers have the opportunity to contribute throughout the company.
Minimum selection criteria:
• Only applications from South African citizens will be considered.
• Applicants must be in their final year of undergraduate studies or in their Honours year of study in university and must have achieved an average of 65% and above in the latest examinations (mid-year / June).
• Applicants must have achieved an average of 65% and above for their undergraduate degree and in the latest examinations (mid-year / June).
• Applicants must be available to work for Takealot.com during vacation and upon graduation.
How to Apply:
Applications close: 30th Sep 20