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Client Solutions for Graduate Careers

With innovative, open architecture solutions across our organisation, this team is helping us move from traditional financial services to a platform-led ecosystem.

Programme areas
Shari'ah Banking graduate programme

The Shari’ah compliant financial services industry is regarded as being the fastest growing sector in financial services globally, and is taking root across the African continent.  

In its simplest form, the Shari’ah economic system doesn’t recognise money as an asset, and therefore prohibits the paying or receiving of interest for the use of money.  

It also prohibits participation in speculative markets, which Shari’ah Law sees as tantamount to gambling. In addition, no investment or participation is allowed in industries like tobacco, alcohol, arms and weaponry.  

If you have an interest in this banking specialisation, then become part of this dynamic team as they grow the Shari’ah Banking solutions for customers across our segments and the geographies in which we operate.  

Qualifying criteria  

  • Postgraduate degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, Mathematics, or Marketing 

  • Must be a South African citizen. 

Programme duration: 12 months
Application dates: 1 April 2022 – 30 June 2022

APPLY - graduates

2022 applications open from 1 April to 8 July.

Graduate application process

We believe in making dreams possible and connecting the brightest talent to the meaningful opportunities they need to build their skills, ignite their ambitions, and get closer to their purpose.

Step 1: Apply online

  • Visit the Careers Portal 
  • Go to the apply tab then select my profile.​
  • If you are a first-time visitor select tell me more to create your SmartRecruiters profile.​
  • Complete the profile information or upload your LinkedIn or Indeed profile to create a SmartRecruiters profile​
  • Once your profile has been completed and you have uploaded your supporting documents  then you can apply for your preferred Early Careers Programme.

Step 2: Interviews

Once you've successfully passed the screening part of our process, we'll invite you to a video interview for the programme you've selected.​

If your application is unsuccessful for your preferred programme, but you meet the criteria for another, we'll invite you to a video interview for that programme.

Step 3: Assessments

If you're successful at the interview stage, we'll then ask you to take part in an assessment. Each assessment we run is individually linked to one of our Early Careers Programmes, but we'll be sure to give you more information on what's expected of you beforehand.

Step 4: Offer/Decline

Although we'd like to offer all the talented applicants a place, competition for spaces on our Early Career Programmes is often fierce. That's why, post assessment stage, we'll prioritise letting you know whether your application has been successful or not.

Still have questions?
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