The Tax Faculty NPC Bursary Scholarship Programme 2021/2022
The Tax Faculty NPC Bursary Scholarship, Accredited as a non-profit tertiary and continuing professional development (CPD) provider, The Tax Faculty’s focus is solely on tax studies. As a level 1 contributor to B-BBEE,we take pride in our ability to provide students with the requisite skills required of the twenty-first century tax professional.
At the core of our educational methodology, The Tax Faculty teaches students to approach business and tax problems using critical thinking skills. In preparing future tax leaders with metacognitive skills, our tuition methodology develops higher order thinking skills through analysis, evaluation and synthesis. This unique tuition approach aims to develop sound reasoning, questioning and investigating, observing and describing, comparing and connecting, finding complexity, and exploring different viewpoints.
The Tax Faculty NPC Bursary Scholarship 2021/2022
The Tax Faculty NPC Bursary is currently looking to fund undergraduates looking for scholarships.
The Tax Faculty is offering bursaries to students who want to apply for the Tax Professional Occupational and Tax Technician Occupational Bursary.
The closing date for this bursary is: 3 January 2022
The Tax Professional Occupational Qualifications (NQF 8)
- B Com Degree or equivalent with at least 2 Semesters of Tax with an average of 65%
- or Occupational Diploma: Tax Technician (NQF6)
- One year work experience
Description: Tax is the heartbeat of all commercial transactions – it drives how decisions are made, no matter how big or small. It demands a pioneering way of thinking in a fast-paced environment.
The 21st Century Tax Professional are equipped to communicate effectively and deliver out of the box strategic thinking and big-picture perspective in order to contribute effectively to this dynamic Industry.
There are many paths to becoming a Tax Director at a big Firm or Corporate, one route is via CA(SA) route, another is via a law route or you can choose to specialise after University via the
Online video: https://vimeo.com/371299080
Tax Technician Occupational Qualification (NQF6)
- NQF 4
- Three years tax specific work experience
Description: Tax practitioners are individuals who complete SARS returns and handle basic objections on behalf of clients for a fee.
The 21st Century Tax Practitioners are equipped to communicate effectively and deliver out of the box thinking to add value to their clients.
In order to be registered with SARS as a tax practitioner, one has to complete a qualification at an NQF level 6 in taxation and needs to a member of a recognised professional body, such as SAIT.
Online Video: https://vimeo.com/371298922
The ideal route for this would be via the Tax Technician Occupational Certificate.
This qualification is at an NQF 6 and the Professional body responsible is The South African Institute of Tax (SAIT).
Online Application Form: https://forms.gle/bu8Qw8fPDmA2J3tv7
Tax Professional Occupational Certificate.
This qualification is at an NQF 8 and the Professional body responsible is The South African Institute of Tax (SAIT).
Once successfully finishing the final board exams, students get the prestigious designation Tax Advisor, (TA)TM
Online Application Form: https://forms.gle/i27cN1xDhvM9A6ua6