The National Treasury of South Africa is responsible for managing the national government’s finances. As stated in the South African institution, it is the National Treasury’s mandate to ensure sound financial controls, accountability and transparency in the management of the government’s finances. Within the next decade, the National Treasury aims to invest more in infrastructure, improve education and skills. In line with these objectives is the National Treasure Internship programme in Pretoria which is available to qualified individuals.
National Treasury Internship Programme 2019
This internship programme is the National Treasury’s initiative in helping South African youth and developing essential workplace experience. This graduate development programme is suitable for individuals who have or a currently finishing their studies. Selected interns will be able to work in a supportive environment that encourages continuous growth.
The internship programme is geared towards filling the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world experience in the workplace. Lasting for twenty-four (24) months, the internship is a great place for new graduates/students to acquire practical work experience in a challenging work environment
Interns will be entitled to certain kinds of leave benefits, as well as a monthly stipend related to the field.
Internship positions are filled depending on the needs of the various departments that make up the National Treasury offices in Pretoria. Although the internship programme covers a two-year period, permanent employment in the department is not guaranteed.
Requirements or Eligibility
The National Treasury will review applications that satisfy the following requirements:
- South African citizens
- Candidates in their final year of studies
- For candidates who have completed their degrees and/or post graduate studies, a 60% average or higher is a must
Students taking up or have completed the following courses are urged to apply:
- BCom Law
- Business Management
- Business Administration
- Computer Science
- Graphic Design
- Cost and Management Accounting
- Finance-related courses
- Information Technology
- International Relations
- Political Science
- Public Management and other related courses
- Graphic Design
- Social Policy
- BCom General
- Financial Information Systems
- Internal Audit
How to Apply
If you meet the programmes’ minimum requirements, visit the National Treasury website to register your application online. Click here to get started the online application process.
The National Treasury will not accept applications that are sent via email or fax.
You can reach NT officials regarding general concerns:
Welcome Nghulele: 012 315 5943
Mmabatho Sepeng: 012 395 6653
Anne Tjale: 012 395 6608
For more about the National Treasury click here to get to their home page.