The SAP 2024 young professional program for Nigeria has been announced. Applications are invited from recent graduates in Nigeria for the SAP Young Professional Program.
SAP Young Professional Program is a free initiative offered by SAP’s Digital Skills Center.
The two-month program is designed to provide recent graduates with the certifications and soft skills needed to begin a career as an SAP Associate Consultant.
SAP will work closely with program graduates at the end of the training to introduce them to various opportunities with SAP customers and partners to work as SAP Consultants.
SAP Young Professional Program Benefits
- Start your journey to becoming an SAP Consultant;
- Gain globally recognized associate-level SAP Certifications;
- Learn directly from SAP experts;
- Experience classroom and workshop-based training in SAP Technologies;
- Develop the soft skills needed to prepare you for successful job applications;
- Benefit from introductions to job opportunities within the SAP Ecosystem to help secure a position after the training. Please note this program does not guarantee you a job at the end of it.
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SAP Young Professional Program Requirements
- Candidates must have the legal right to work in Nigeria.
- Candidates must be currently unemployed or employed in a part-time/non-permanent role not related to career aspirations;
- Candidates must be educated to at least Bachelor’s level in a field related to Business Administration / Management Information Systems / Engineering.
- Candidates will preferably have graduated within the last 3 years with a GPA in the top quartile – proof of this may be requested;
- Candidates must have a keen interest in starting an SAP-related career involving travel;
- Candidates should be fluent in English, both written and spoken;
- The program will commence in Mid-November 2022, and full-time availability from 9 am – 6 pm from Monday – Friday throughout the training period is essential. The Program will last for around 2 months.
- Due to the spread of Coronavirus, this training will take place online in a virtual live classroom format. Please ensure you have strong enough internet at home to be able to participate in this program.
How to Apply for SAP Young Professional Program
Interested candidates who meet the criteria listed above should apply by clicking on the “Apply” button below:
Important Information / Notice
- SAP is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity and to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physical and/or mental disabilities.
- If you need accommodation or special assistance to navigate our website or to complete your application, please send an e-mail with your request to Recruiting Operations Team: Careers@sap.com.
- For SAP employees: Only permanent roles are eligible for the SAP Employee Referral Program, according to the eligibility rules set in the SAP Referral Policy.
Deadline: Not Specified
We urge you, however, to keep tabs on us for more updates on SAP’s Young Professionals Program.
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