Nineteen(19) Open Positions for The Rand Merchant Bank(RMB) Graduate Programme

Nineteen(19) Open Positions for The Rand Merchant Bank Graduate Programme

  • Location: Sandton, South Africa
  • Number of Vacancies: 19
  • Closing Date: 30 April 2024

About The Rand Merchant Bank Graduate Programme

The RMB Graduate Programme was established in 2007 to develop and nurture young talent and create a pipeline of leaders in the bank. The Programme has since enabled many graduates to kick-start their working careers and grow them into senior roles within RMB.

The Rand Merchant Bank Graduate Programme is more than just a job opportunity; it’s a career-defining journey that places you among a diverse group of professionals united by common values. You’ll learn from some of the country’s top talents, building a solid foundation for your career while contributing to meaningful projects that drive change and innovation.

Key Responsibilities

If you are a well-rounded individual, a lateral thinker who pushes boundaries and has excelled in various aspects of life – in academics, culture or sport – you should apply.

If you are currently completing a postgraduate degree in Commerce, Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics, RMB may be for you.


  • Qualifications: Completed or currently completing a postgrad degree in Commerce, STEM, Finance, Statistics, or Economics.
  • Academic Excellence: An average of 65% in academic achievements.
  • Experience: Less than 12 months working experience.
  • Attendance: Must be able to attend the programme in person in Sandton, Johannesburg.
  • Citizenship: Open only to South African citizens (international students can explore similar opportunities on the FNB careers website).

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