Bursary opportunities from Genesis

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2009-01-15

Genesis Analytics (Pty) Ltd, is the fastest and largest growing economics consultancy in Africa.  Based in Johannesburg, Genesis Analytics specialises in applying economic analysis to a wide range of market sectors providing innovative solutions including diagnostics, consumer and competitive market analysis, policy advice, strategic direction and institutional design and implementation support.

Genesis is currently inviting bursary applications from Economics graduates who intend studying at an honours and masters level.  Exciting career opportunities exist with Genesis within the Banking Strategy, Business in Development, and Competition and Regulation Economics practice areas.

All applications should be forwarded to [protected email address] , by no later than the 1 FEBRUARY 2009 and should include the following:

  • A motivational letter of 500 words maximum
  • A comprehensive CV including a copy of your ID or passport
  • An electronic version of your academic transcripts
  • A writing sample showing your ability to think analytically and communicate clearly.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Genesis Analytics is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Preference will be given to candidates  from the Designated Groups, particularly African Black candidates, as defined by the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998.

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