Apply now: Microsoft Interns4Afrika Internship Programme 2017/18 for Young Africans (multiple positions across Africa)

Microsoft Interns4Afrika Internship

Deadline: Varying by Country

The Microsoft Interns4Afrika now receives application for their internship program for young Africans, the program gives young talented Africans an exclusive experience and exposure with a vast and active technology organization in Africa.

Selected candidates will work on real projects with Microsoft partners for 6 months, work together and gaining experience from your colleagues. This is a great opportunity if you are aspiring for a future in sales, technology and marketing, start working on your future now.

Microsoft Interns4Afrika Internship program will give you the opportunity to develop yourself to a world class business and technical personnel with required skills. They will also back you up to quickly develop your ability through the (virtual) classroom and the significant work you will do.

The contest that will earn you a place on Microsoft Interns4Afrika Internship is severe but if you have strong passion for Technology and entrepreneurship you are good to go, if you are quick to learn and have a flexible can-do attitude, then this is your chance we want to hear from you. Join the millennial today, and impact Africa.

Eligibility Criteria:

You must meet the following requirement to be eligible for Microsoft Interns4Afrika internship program:

  • Able to commit to completing full time internship for 6 months
  • You are currently in education or have graduated from an Undergraduate or Postgraduate course within the last 12 months
  • You have a BA/BSc in a business related or IT degree
  • You have right to work in the country in which you are currently located

Available Positions

Burkina Faso



Ivory Coast











For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the  Internship Programme here


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