STANDARD BANK GRADUATE PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG SOUTH AFRICANS
The Standard Bank Graduate Programme for Young South Africans (SBGP) is a one-year postgraduate programme offered by Standard Bank. The programme is designed for young people from South Africa, aged between 18 and 35, who are interested in the banking and financial services industry and want to acquire a qualification with practical relevance.
For instance, the qualification may be relevant for the following industries:
Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded a degree in Business Management with a major in Banking and Finance. This qualification will enable the student to qualify for a career in the financial services industry.
The qualification is an internationally recognised qualification which is recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
The qualification is awarded by the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, which is one of the world’s leading universities.
This qualification is awarded by the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, which is one of the world’s leading universities.
With that being said, the programme is divided into two parts.
Part A: Financial Services Industry
The first part of the programme focuses on the financial services industry. Students are required to complete a number of courses. These courses include:
Financial Markets and Investments
The financial markets and investments course will give the student an understanding of the financial markets and how they work. The student will also gain an understanding of the various instruments used in the financial markets and the role of the markets in influencing the economy.
The financial markets and investments course will give the student an understanding of the financial markets and how they work.
Because the financial markets and investments course is an elective course, it can be taken by any student. However, students must enroll in the course and apply for a pass mark in order to be eligible to register for the qualification.
The course is divided into three parts:
1. Introduction to the financial markets and the role of the financial markets in the economy.
2. Analysis of the financial markets and instruments.
3. Analysis of financial markets and their impact on the economy.
The financial markets and investments course is a credit course. The course duration is two semesters, with each semester comprising a five-week term. The course runs on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
- Business and Commercial
- Client Solutions
- Consumer and High Net Worth
- Corporate and Investment Banking
- Specialist functions
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