Application Deadline: 13 July 2020.
- Are you data driven? Do you enjoy solving complex challenges?
- Do you have strong numerical and analytical skills?
- Are you fascinated with the inner workings of a business?
- Do you want to shape the business agendas of leading brands?
- Are you collaborative and high performing?
YTPY South Africa is a competition aimed at identifying and recognizing young and aspiring tax professionals where students demonstrate their tax technical, professional and inclusive leadership skills to be chosen as the “Young Tax Professional of the Year – South Africa 2020.”
Bring your A game and you stand a chance to win an offer to join the EY Tax graduate program 2021, and other prizes.
In addition, the winner of YTPY South Africa also stands a chance to participate in the international YTPY 2020, competing against students from other parts of the world in November 2020.
The winner of the international competition wins the international title of the Young Tax Professional of the Year 2020, and more exciting prizes.
- Students under the age of 28 at the date of the international Final.
- Honours students in: BCom Accounting, Finance, Tax, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics
- Final year student in LLB (or LLM)
- Final year BSc Engineering
- An applicant must be currently enrolled as a student in a South African university at the time of submission of the application form and must meet the applicable degree-specific requirement listed below.
- An applicant should have no more than 18 months of actual work experience in tax.
- An applicant must be 27 years old or younger as at November 2020 for entry into the competition.
- The competition is open to university students in a tax, accounting/CTA, finance, law, economics or STEM program with an interest in tax.
Degree-specific requirements that must be met for entry into competition:
- If the applicant is a Tax student, he/she should be completing an Honours programme with an academic average of 65% or above.
- If the applicant is an accounting, finance or economics student, he/she should be in his/her final/Honours year with an academic average of 65% or above and should have successfully completed at least one tax module.
- If the applicant is an LLM student, he/she must be in a programme specializing in Tax rather than a general LLM programme.
- If the applicant is a BSc Engineering student, he/she must be in his/her final year of undergraduate or a post-graduate programme.
- If the applicant is a BCom/BSc IT related student, he/she must be in his/her final year of undergraduate or a post-graduate programme.
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