Ericsson opens applications for its Gen-E Graduate Program in Africa

Ericsson has launched its Gen-E Graduate Program in the Middle East and Africa region. The program, which was launched on Monday seeks to provide young talents learning and career development opportunities.

It will offer a well-structured development alongside world-class Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry experts to promote the potential of youth in the ICT field.

Through experiential and tailored growth plans, the graduates will embark on an early-career journey that includes a series of training sessions, rotations, and mentoring as well as gaining skills in areas like the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G and other cutting-edge technologies.

“Since the onset of the Graduate Programs across the Middle East and Africa, we have witnessed hundreds of graduates soar into various roles across different countries, all while making significant strides in their careers. ‘’ Sena Erten, Vice President and Head of People at Ericsson Middle East and Africa, said.

‘’The GEN-E Graduate Program is a comprehensive personal and technical development journey that positions graduates alongside industry experts in contributing to revolutionary technologies that are shaping our tomorrow,” Sena added

Interested graduates from countries like Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ivory Coast, and Senegal, can register for the Ericsson Gen-E Graduate Program via this link by typing ‘Gen-E’ in the search box and selecting their respective countries of interest.

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