Bowman-Gilfillan Bursary Programme 2017-2018

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Are you a bursary hunter? Want to get a bursary from Bowman-Gilfillan? Join Bowman-Gilfillan Bursaryfor you those who want to get bursary and also consider having a good knowledge and personal skills. Bowman-Gilfillan is a leading law firm company in South Africa which is provides a comprehensive range of legal services designed to meet clients’ needs, and exceed their expectations. Because it is one of the oldest and largest law firm in South Africa, it is able to draw on a wide base of skills and expertise at all levels of experience and seniority to provide technically correct legal advice that makes business sense.And now, Bowman-Gilfillan invites you who have capabilities to join their bursary programme.

If you are interested to get bursary from Bowman-Gilfillan Bursary Programme, you have to meet some requirements, such you must be registered for a BA Law, BCom Law or LLB degree with an interest in corporate law and make sure that you have a copy of matric certificate, a copy of your university transcript, and copy of your ID. Only shortlisted candidates will be propcessed due to merit and excellent academic performance. Candidates must apply online form, including your latest curicullum vitae, identity document, full official academic transcript and a letter of motivation.

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By apply online form, you should fill some information, including your basic information and a statement of term and conditions. Don’t forget to merge your matric certificate, university transcript, and copy of ID in one document as attachment. You have to fill your education information, including secondary education and of course tertiary eduaction. Don’t hesitate to contact us on graduates@bowmanslaw.com . Go register yourself as a Bowman-Gilfillan Bursary candidate before it is too late. Note the deadline is no more than 31 October.