News and Opportunities

The Young Professional Program (YPP) will be accepting applications from June 1- June 30, 2019, for the 2020 YP Cohort.
The World Bank Group (WBG) welcomes all qualified individuals with diverse professional, academic, and cultural backgrounds. Specifically, women and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
The YPP is a unique opportunity for young professionals who have both a passion for international development and the leadership potential to grow in fascinating top technical and managerial roles in the WBG. The program is designed for highly qualified and motivated individuals skilled in areas relevant to WBG technical/operations such as economics, finance, education, public health, social sciences, engineering, urban planning, agriculture, natural resources to name a few. 

The following are the minimum requirements to be eligible for the Young Professionals Program.

  •   Citizenship of a member country of the World Bank Group
  •   Be born on or after October 1, 1987
  •  A PhD or Master’s degree and relevant work experience
  •  Fluency in English
  •  Full proficiency in one or more of the WBG’s working languages -- Arabic, Chinese,     French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish -- is desired, but not required
  •  Specialization in a field relevant to the WBG Technical/Operations such as economics, finance, education, public health, social sciences, engineering, urban planning, agriculture, natural resources, and others.
  •  At least three years of relevant professional experience related to development or continued academic study at the doctoral level
For more information Click Here

Developer Student Clubs train thousands of student developers globally and work with their communities to solve real-life problems.
  Enrolled in an undergraduate program at a college or university.
-        Have a minimum of two years left until graduation.
-        Passionate about creating an impact in your community.
-        Strong technical understanding of computer programming and/or software engineering.
-        Have experience leading a team. This may include experience leading members or an
         organizing a team with a student club, charitable cause, school project (does not need to be
         related to technology).
      Grow your personal and professional network
-        Lead a Google developer community
-        Help students grow as developers
-        Build real-life solutions to local problems in your community.
-        Get access to Google Developers' resources and opportunities
-        Be part of Google's Developer Ecosystem-
-        Participate in a global Solution Challenge
-        Participate in Google Conferences and a DSC Summit.
For Application and further details click Here

May 13, 2019, to June 27, 2019
Young, qualified, talented and enterprising applicants from African countries and the African Diaspora are invited to apply to join the Masters or PhD degree programme at any of the following four PAU institutes:

Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI), at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Kenya.
Pan African University Institute for Life and Earth Sciences- including Health and Agriculture (PAULESI), at the University of Ibadan (UI), Nigeria.
Pan African University Institute for Governance, Humanities and Social Sciences (PAUGHSS), at the University of Yaounde II and the University of Buea, Cameroon.
Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences -including climate change (PAUWES), at the University of Tlemcen, Algeria.
Candidates with potential, motivation and who desire to play transformative leadership roles as academics, professionals, industrialists, innovators and entrepreneurs are particularly encouraged to apply.

Pan African University Scholarship Eligibility.
Admission Requirements for Masters Programmes *
Candidates must satisfy the following conditions:

  • Undergraduate degree from a recognized university, with at least a second class upper division or its equivalent, in a relevant field;
  • Certified copies of relevant certificates, transcripts (from university and high school),
  • National passport (personal details page);
  • Clear colored passport size photograph(2cmx2cm);
  • Detailed CV;
  • Recommendation letters from 2 Professors
  • A letter of motivation justifying why you want to pursue your study at the Pan African University;
  • Maximum age of 30 years for male and 35 years for female applicants.
  • Candidates may be required to undergo a written/oral examination after preselection.

Candidates for the Master in Conference Interpreting and Translation programmes are required to have excellent knowledge of at least two of the African Union’s official languages (Arabic, English, French and Portuguese).

Admission Requirements for Doctoral Programmes
Candidates must satisfy the following conditions:

  • A Masters degree in a relevant field from PAU or any internationally recognized university;
  • Certified copies of relevant certificates, transcripts,
  • Copy of Passport (personal details page);
  • A 3 to 4-page research concept note (tentative title, research questions, objectives, the significance of the research etc…)
  • Recommendation letters from 2 Professors
  • Clear colored passport size photograph (2cmx2cm);
  • Detailed CV
  • A letter of motivation justifying why you want to pursue your study at the Pan African University;

Maximum age of 35 years for male and 40 years for female applicants.
The African Union Commission will offer full scholarships to the successful African candidates.
To apply to visit

Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards recognize and support brilliant young innovators tackling the planet’s biggest environmental and social challenges, and to help them achieve scale for impact.
We’re looking for initiatives relating to one or more of the three categories we’re focusing on:
·         Improve people’s health and well-being
·         Improve the health of the planet
·         Contribute to a fairer and more socially inclusive world
Whether it is with an initiative, product or service, if you have gone beyond the idea stage and started to make an impact, we want to hear from you.
Anyone from around the world (excluding Russia), aged between 18 and 35 (as of 29 June 2019).
Click here for further details


After the Forum on Action for Sustainable Development and the Role of Youth in September 2018 focused on SDG 1: “Eliminating poverty in all its forms and all over the world”, ACSAC is organizing this year the Youth and Sustainable Development Forum that will address SDG 8: “Promote sustained, shared and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all”. 
The Sustainable Development Goals promote sustained economic growth, higher levels of productivity and technological innovation by 2030. However, four years have already passed and the question remains: What are the solutions for a strategic involvement of the Youth in full employment and economic growth in Benin?
It is to answer this question that is organized, within the framework of the fourth anniversary of the 2030 Agenda, the Youth and Sustainable Development Forum 2019. 


  • This forum will bring together governmental and local authorities, state structures, international organizations, businesses, the media, national and international NGOs and youth organizations working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in Benin to share results of their actions for the implementation of SDG 8.
  • These structures will focus, for 2 days, on the involvement of young people in Benin’s economic growth, while revisiting the issues of:
    • unemployment and underemployment of young people;
    • equality between men, women and the disabled in the workplace;
    • inadequacy of training curricula to the needs of the market;
    • governance framework for youth employment;
    • entrepreneurship of young people;
    • strengthening of employability;
    • digital economy;
    • entrepreneurial and social leadership.
  • Participants will benefit from all forum activities
    • 4 discussion sessions
    • 1 presentation session of the Youth Opportunities platform
    • 1 live session of Youth Talks
    • 2 reflection workshops
    • 2 networking sessions


Registrations are open for:
  • Students and PhD students from Universities and Schools
  • Young Activists of Sustainable Development
  • Representatives of Civil Society Organizations
  • Representatives of Private and Public Enterprises
  • Local and governmental authorities
Eligible Regions: Open for All


You can register as:
  • Participants (Open to all young people)
  • Youth Talks Panelist (For young people who have taken action to achieve the SDGs in general and SDG 8 in particular)
  • Media (For bloggers, journalists and YouTubers)
The forum will be held in French with an English translation for international participants. However, most materials will be in French.
TFor more information Visit and to apply to Click Here


Deadline: 15th June 2019
Are you a young graduate interested in international relations? Are you curious to learn more about work in a diplomatic mission and how an EU Delegation represents EU interests and values in Uganda? Apply for the European Union Traineeship.
The EU Delegation to Uganda assumes the local Presidency of the EU in Uganda. This means that they are tasked with speaking on behalf of the EU in Uganda, reflecting common EU positions and spearheading EU values on Human Rights, Governance and Democracy.

The European Union Traineeship
With a start date scheduled for September, the EU Delegation to Uganda’s traineeship will run for 6 months and is to be conducted within the Political, Press & Information Section.
The trainee will be fully involved in the activities of the Delegation, with direct exposure to the EU activities in Uganda, and will be provided with a unique occasion to understand the work of an EU Delegation in a third country.
The traineeship in the Political, Press and Information (PPI) Section offers opportunities for high-level contacts with the Ugandan authorities, European counterparts and EU Member States. Discretion in handling these contacts and possibly sensitive information is essential and the selected candidate will be requested to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
Main tasks for the trainees
          Research and analyses information;
          Contribute to drafting of analytical reports on policies and current affairs;
          Support in the preparations of programs for events such as international day celebrations;
          Participate in external meetings and events and report about them;
          Support the section in the preparation of visits, missions and meetings.
          Assist the Press Officer in the preparation of daily press reviews and visibility actions.
For one to be eligible for the EU Delegation to Uganda traineeship, they must:
          Have a very good command of spoken and written English;
          Be highly motivated, willing to learn and able to work both in a multi-cultural team and to carry out tasks independently;
          Be able to demonstrate a strong sense of initiative, research, writing and analysis skills;
          Be skilled in using Microsoft office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
          Have proven interest for EU affairs and international relations.
Additional requirements
  •    Completed or ongoing master studies in international relations or related field;
  •     Experience in Ugandan parliamentary affairs;
  •     Knowledge of Uganda’s institutional system and political landscape;
  •     Experience in analysis of economic and sociological data;
  •    Experience in working in a team and in coordinating inputs from various colleagues;
  •    Proven networking skills.

Specific merits in terms of academic performance and in terms of language skills are considered a great advantage.
How to Apply
Please send the following documents to the e-mail address:
  •  A detailed Europass curriculum vitae (CV)
  •  A cover letter describing why you want to participate in an EU traineeship and an application form

Please mention in the subject of your e-mail: Funded Traineeship – PPI Section.
Before applying you are requested to examine the dedicated website as well as the general eligibility criteria for a paid traineeship (Article 8 of the Decision ADMIN(2017)28 – Paid traineeship)
Each selected trainee will receive a monthly grant to cover living expenses. All costs related to travel inside the country of residence, visa, insurance, accommodation must be borne by the trainee.
For more information Visit

Do you believe that the internet is a vital platform for social, economic and political development in Africa? Are you a current or potential leader in internet governance forums and debates in Africa? Does your current work or study involve internet or ICT policy and regulation? Do you want to deepen your understanding of the “multistakeholder” approach to internet-related policy making?
Whether you are a policy maker, a researcher, a regulator, an engineer, a journalist, an entrepreneur or a gender equality and human rights defender – if you care about internet policy in Africa, AfriSIG is for you!
The Association for Progressive Communications (APC), the African Union Commission and Research ICT Africa (RIA) are pleased to announce the call for applications for the 7th African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG). This year the school will be held immediately prior to  the African Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF), which will take place in the first half of September 2019.
The School will run throughout six days, and will be structured to include intensive learning and knowledge sharing that covers:

Applicants can apply for a scholarship to attend the school. All participants will be expected to pay their own local transport expenses and visa fees in their country of origin. Scholarships will cover air travel, shared accommodation and meal costs for the duration of the School. Successful applicants have the option of staying in a single room, but they would need to cover the additional cost themselves.

Open to individuals who have relevant work experience and/or involvement in internet governance or ICT policy and regulation and who are positioned to make meaningful contributions to strengthening internet governance in Africa, and African voices in internet governance globally.

The School will accept applications from current or emerging leaders and professionals from:
  •  Government ministries and departments, national and regional communications regulatory authorities, and public sector information and communications services such as public libraries
  • Members of parliament, particularly if they are involved in parliamentary portfolio committees that deal with media, communications and information technology issues
  • Service providers and other businesses who form part of the internet industry
  • Civil society and non-governmental organisations who interact with or operate in the internet-related information and communications sector
  • Organisations working on women’s rights and gender and how these intersect with technology
  • Digital human rights defenders
  • Human rights institutions dealing with internet issues, such as national or regional human rights commissions
  • Community-based information and communications services and the broader community informatics sector
  • The judiciary and other members of the legal community working with internet and communications law
  • Members of law enforcement agencies who deal with internet issues
  • The cybersecurity sector
  • The internet technical community
  • Academic and research institutions that deal with internet issues
  • Media organisations and outlets that focus on the internet
  • Individual bloggers and journalists who cover internet issues.

For more information, visit 7th African School on Internet Governance.
To apply  Visit


The Young Leaders Programme identifies and supports aspiring young professionals in cancer control by providing unique opportunities for peer-to-peer learning, for connecting and networking with experienced leaders, as well as the chance to engage and participate in recognized international and regional events. The call for applications will remain open from Thursday 25th, April to Sunday 16 June 2019.

Seven individuals will be selected this year and the programme will commence at the 2019 World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Kazakhstan and conclude at the 2020 World Cancer Congress (link is external) in Oman.

The programme gives successful applicants the chance to;

Attend the World Cancer Leaders' Summit (WCLS) where Young Leaders will have the opportunity to contribute and learn from global discussions on current topics in cancer control, and network with influential and experienced leaders from around the world.

Participate in an event or organize a study visit aligned with their interests and expertise during the 12 months following the WCLS, to create regional impact or initiate a regional collaboration.

Attend the World Cancer Congress (WCC) to benefit from the breadth of discussions and learning opportunities available, and to share experiences and best practices through a dedicated session.

Join the UICC Young Leaders Alumni community at the end of the programme and become part of a proactive and prestigious network who support and actively engage with UICC.

We welcome applications from individuals who fit the following criteria;

Up to and including 40 years of age at the application deadline (16 June 2019)
Emerging cancer control professional with demonstrated impact in their network/organization
Fluent in English (both spoken and written) for successful interaction at an international level
Self-starter with proven experience in community engagement and mobilization in their local setting.
Click Here to apply

News and Opportunities


Nasser Fellowship is the first (African-African) fellowship to target young African executive leaders with diverse operational disciplines within their communities, as well as one of the critical mechanisms of empowerment of the African transformational leadership endorsed by the African Union’s Agenda (in text) in order to stimulate and promote African values through self-reliance, solidarity, hard work, collective prosperity, building on the African successes, experiences and best practices for the formulation of the African model of transformation and development. The Fellowship is also one of the mechanisms of "harnessing the demographic dividend through investment in youth" in conjunction with the assumption by Egypt of the presidency of the African Union in 2019.
The Fellowship was named after the late leader Gamal Abdel Nasser as he is one of the most important leaders of the African continent and one of the most unique leading models. He was nicknamed “Father of Africa”, Nasser is a pure African model, and a political and historical example of transformational leadership. As a leader, he sought to support the African liberation movements and the Third World until they gained independence. He also strongly contributed to the establishment of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the first organization to create a clear form of African integration, later known as the African Union.
The African Union’s Agenda, in the 1st item entitled “Voices of the African Peoples”, expressed great appreciation to the Founding Fathers of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) for the successful culmination of liberation movements that eradicated slavery, colonialism and apartheid.
What is the implementing body?
- Ministry of Youth and Sports (African Youth Bureau - Central Administration of the Parliament and Civic Education).
The Academic Partner
- Faculty of African Post Graduates Studies, Cairo University.
What are the objectives of the Fellowship?
- Implement the recommendation of the 2nd Pan African Youth Forum on the Education Sector which is called #1Millionby2021 .
- Transfer of the Egyptian experience in national institution-building.
- Create a new generation of young African transformational leadership whose vision is in line with the orientations of Egypt's presidency of the African Union, and which is committed to serving the objectives of African unity through integration.
- Hold a meeting of the most influential African leaders at the continental level through the implementation of the necessary training, skills enhancement and application of strategic visions.
What are the target groups?
The Fellowship targets 100 young African executive leaders:
- (50% males, 50% females)
- (Decision-makers in the Government Sector, Executive Leaders in the Private Sector - Civil Society Activists - Heads of National Councils for Youth - Faculty members at Universities - Researchers in Strategic Research Centers - Members of Trade Unions - Journalists and Media Professionals ... etc).
What are the target countries?
- Member States of the African Union
What is the timeline of the Fellowship?
- Two weeks (from 8 to 22 June 2019).
Where are the places of implementation?
- Civil Education Center - Zamalek - Cairo – Egypt.
What are the selection criteria?
The applicant must be a non-Egyptian African and non-resident in Egypt.
- A Passport valid for 6 months after the end of the Fellowship.
- English speaking proficiency (Speaking, Reading and Writing).
- Experience in fieldwork.
- The applicant shall have the nationality of an African Union country or African Diaspora.
- If you get chosen, an appointment will be set for an interview (via Skype).
- An email will be sent if you get accepted.
Financial terms:
1- The Ministry of Youth and Sports shall bear accommodation/subsistence costs of the delegations.
2- The Ministry of Youth and Sports shall bear the costs of the tourism program.
3- The Ministry of Youth and Sports shall bear the costs of internal transfers.
4- The participant shall bear the cost of the international round-trip ticket.
For application  VISIT


The Google Digital Skills Program is a FREE offline (Classroom) and On-line Certification training that is exposing participants to the “Opportunities and How To Make The Most of the Web”. The program is part of Google’s commitment to bridge the digital literacy gap in Africa in order to raise the next generation of African workforce and expand opportunities; leaving no one behind!
The project set out and achieved the goal of training 1 Million persons in Africa by January 2017; ten months after its inception and in view of the success, the CEO of Google; Sundar Pichai, announced the 10 Million more to be trained in the next five years during his historic visit to Nigeria in 2017.

The training would also feature the following:
1. Introduction of Google’s new apps and services including “Datally, Files Go, YouTube Go, Google Maps Go and Google Go”.

2. Introduction to Job Search with Google: a service by Google to connect job seekers with opportunities in their immediate community streamlined to their career interests and search history.

3. Google Digital Skills training session.

4. Google My Business: digital tools, services and platforms to assist Small and Growing Businesses. A trusted physical verifier would be present to guide SMB owners to register and verify their business. 
This ensures visibility on Google search, Google Map and ease in utilizing Google Ads.
Click here to APPLY


Female And More 30 day’s self-esteem and leadership program is here again!
Join thousands of young females across Africa in the Female And More Online 30 Days self-esteem and leadership program designed to embolden females to self-belief, imagine and pursue a future of greatness.


Application Deadline 31st May 2019
For further enquiries, send us an email. You also stand a chance of attending the 5 days conference.
To facilitate your registration  include Ato Alfreder as your referral.  via or call 08185767688

Investing in Today's Leaders!!

It is often said that “The youth are the Leaders of tomorrow”, but with the recent spike in cultism, militancy, fraud, and get rich quick schemes, there is an urgent need for intervention.
Most blame the government for not creating the youth opportunities or they blame the parents for shirking their responsibilities

Maybe, the proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child” has been forgotten. The truth is, everyone has a role to play in the development of the next generation of leaders.
Yes! They may be Tomorrow’s leaders, but we need to start preparing them for leadership now!!

Every year, @kirfoundation organizes the Inclusive Young Leadership Academy(YLA), a one-day leadership workshop, designed to train newly elected Senior Secondary School prefects
Since 2014, we have trained 545 school prefects as emerging young leaders that are driving positive change in their various schools through service.

 This year, we will build the capacity of three (3) newly elected prefects each from thirty (30) secondary schools (public, private and special) in Rivers State.
You can also invest in today’s leaders today by sponsoring a student with a copy of the ‘Young Leader’s Guide’ which is a leadership manual for building leadership skills in youth.

News and Opportunities


Are you a young leader working towards the SDGs? Apply for the JCI/SDSN Programme 2019 for Young Leaders and Innovators for the SDGs. JCI and SDSN Youth launch this joint program to empower the next generation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) innovators.

Junior Chamber International (JCI) and the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network Youth (SDSN Youth) are collaborating to offer young leaders the global recognition, tools, training, and resources needed to scale their SDG-focused projects. The 50 selected solutions will be officially announced in September 2019 during the United Nations General Assembly week in New York City.

Receive access to powerful training tools, including the Investment Readiness Program
Be featured in the 2019 edition of the Youth Solutions Report
Receive up to USD $5,000 in funding from the Global Youth Empowerment Fund

Open to young leader working towards the SDGs:
If you are working towards any of the Sustainable Development Goals, whether you are for-profit or non-profit, you can apply. Deadline: June 1, 2019
Visit the link HERE to apply 


The Pan African Youth Festival is an African Youth forum  that brings together African youth from across the continent, civil society actors, duty bearers, key strategic stake holders, the academia, youth leaders and the general public to awaken their conscious and catalyze their active engagement in the African integration processes across the entire spectrum.

The Pan African youth festival is Africa´s most inspiring youth event that celebrates, empowers, and connects the African youth innovators, conveners and breakthrough actors driving Action for the Agenda 2063/ Sustainable Development Goals and transforming lives.

The Pan-African Youth Festival is anchored on Arts, Culture, technology and conversations that offer young Africans an opportunity to engage on multiple platforms and critical issues. Participants engage in a wide range of robust activities ranging from self-organized coverings, solidarity marches, music, cultural expressions sports, road shows and community outreach.


The Pan African Youth festival provides a viable forum for public engagement in the policy debate. Policy dialogue will be deepened, gaps defined and popular input made to inform key policy recommendations.

Strategic Alliances strengthened; The Pan African Youth Festival will facilitate building of purposeful cross-border alliances and solidarities for the young African community participatory transformative change and advocacy.

Capacities enhanced; The Pan African Youth Festival will provide opportunity for cross-border skills and knowledge sharing and transfer amongst young Africans.

Advocacy The Pan African Youth Festival is committed to enhancing the youth capacities and effectiveness of social movements in driving Africa’s productive potentials towards a positive transformative continent. Effective advocacy campaigns are and have been proven to be a key tool for social movements. The Pan African Youth Festival is therefore dedicated to strengthening the advocacy capabilities of the youth participants.

Fast-tracking of African Youth Charter implementation by different youth stakeholders on the continent.

Widen strategic youth frontiers; The Festival also seeks to expand the influence of young social movements and to promote innovations for greater effectiveness. The Pan African Youth Festival will provide an opportunity for extending these initiatives.

Civic Awareness, Competence and Engagement enhanced; The ultimate objective is direct and substantive civic participation. Enhanced civic awareness and competence are a pre-requisite. The Pan African Youth Festival is a critical contribution to this end.
Increase your knowledge, contacts and skills sets to boost your career
Create a lasting legacy of Pan African Youth Festival 2018
Young professionals and students from different corners of the Africa between the ages of 18 to 35
Eligible Regions: African Countries

Application Process
Apply online through the given link.
Your Form will be selected/evaluated by committee
Complete administration
Application Deadline: Ongoing
For more information and application CLICK HERE


The UN Young Professionals Programme (YPP) is a recruitment initiative for talented, highly qualified professionals to start a career as an international civil servant with the United Nations Secretariat. It consists of an entrance examination and professional development programs once successful candidates start their career with the UN.
The YPP examination is held once a year and is open to nationals of countries participating in the annual recruitment exercise. The list of participating countries is published annually and varies from year to year.

Basic application criteria:
You must have the nationality of a participating country.
You must hold at least a first-level university degree relevant for the exam subject you are applying for.
You must be 32 or younger in the year of the examination.
You must be fluent in either English or French.
Participating Countries

Each year, countries that are un- or under-represented in the United Nations, are invited to take part in the Young Professionals Programme. Afghanistan, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahrain, Belarus, Belize, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Cabo Verde, Cambodia, Central African Republic, China, Comoros, Cyprus, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Dominica, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Grenada, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Japan, Kiribati, Kuwait, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Marshall Islands, Micronesia (Federated States of), Monaco, Montenegro, Mozambique, Nauru, Norway, Oman, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Solomon Islands, South Sudan, Suriname, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Vanuatu, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Application Process:
Step 1: Confirm your eligibility
Carefully review basic application criteria on the YPP Home page.

Step 2: Review the job opening
Read the job opening for the exam subject you are interested in and make sure you fulfil the requirements. The list of job openings can be found on the YPP Home page.

Step 3: Prepare an application
Apply to the selected job opening through Inspira.

Application Deadline: August 9 2019
Visit the Official webpage for application and further details CLICK HERE


As a brand with Africa as the center of its business operations, UBA strongly believes in Africa and its people with an emphasis on being global.

Here at UBA, each person’s contribution is valued and is important to the overall vision of the company. Your career growth is of utmost importance to us, that is why you deserve more than a job. You deserve a tribe. Working in UBA admits you into our tribe. You will do the work that you love, one that matters to you and will be involved in cross-functional projects across all our geographies.
You become a part of the culture built and nurtured on values, resilience and dedication, a culture that make us a role model for African businesses.

27 or below
Customer oriented
Young minds who are dynamic and passionate about learning from field experts
DEADLINE: July 31 2019
To apply VISIT


Applications are now open for the Greenpreneurs clean energy challenge.  Interested applicants from any of the member countries for Global Green Growth Institute can apply

Green Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program
Virtual Participation: June 3 to Aug. 25, 2019

Qualifications: A small team of young entrepreneurs aged 17 - 35 focused in one of GGGI's member countries.
If you have a great idea to generate green growth in your community, the Global Green Growth Institute, Student Energy and Youth Climate Lab invite you to apply to participate in Greenpreneurs.

Form a small team and submit your idea for a solution that positively impacts the future of sustainable energy; water and sanitation; sustainable landscapes (forestry and agriculture); or green city development. Preference will be given to teams focused on GGGI's member countries.

Fifteen selected teams will take part in a free twelve-week virtual accelerator course with weekly learning modules that include webinars and tasks as well as coaching from mentors and subject matter experts that will support you to build your idea into a validated business plan.

The program will culminate in a business competition, for some teams winning a trip to Seoul, South Korea to visit the GGGI Head Office, small-scale project funding and conference bursaries to the International Student Energy Conference in 2021.

Proposed Timeline:
April 15 - May 14 Accepting applications
May 28 Selected teams announced
June 3 - 7 Program orientation
June 10 - Aug 11 Weekly modules
Aug 12 - Aug 25 Business competition
Sept 9 Winning teams announced

Deadline May 14 2019
CLICK HERE to apply

NNPC / Addax Tertiary Scholarship Scheme For Nigerians 2018/2019
The Addax Petroleum Development (Nigerian) Limited (APDNL) Joint Venture in pursuance of its Corporate Social Responsibility invites suitably qualified applicants for its 2018/2019 Session Tertiary Scholarship Scheme.

Eligibility Criteria
To qualify for consideration, applicants MUST be:
·         Registered Full TIME undergraduates in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions
·         Certified 100 level students at the time of application (Only students admitted in 2018/2019 academic session)
·         For OND students, the award will be for 2 years only

NOTE: The following categories of students should not apply:
·         200 level students and above
·         HND students
·         Current beneficiaries of similar Awards from other Companies and Agencies
Only Indigenes of APDNL Host Communities in Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Imo States SHOULD apply for the Host Communities Merit Award.

Method of Application:
1. Before you start this application, ensure you have clearly scanned copies of the following documents

·         Passport photograph with white background not more than 3 months old (450px by 450px not more than 200kb)
·         School ID Card
·         O’level Certificate
·         Admission Letter
·         Birth Certificate
·         Proof of Local Government Area of Origin
·         Letter from Community Leader (Only Applicants for Host Communities Merit Award)
·         JAMB Result

2. Ensure the documents are named according to what they represent to avoid mixing up documents during upload
3. Ensure you attach the appropriate documents when asked to upload
4. Ensure to provide valid Email and Phone Contact for effective communication

Multiple applications attract a disqualification penalty from the Scholarship Board
Obtaining NIN is not compulsory in order to complete your application
The application deadline is strictly 26th May 2019. Students are encouraged to submit their applications well in advance of the deadline.

For Application Details click HERE