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AFRIKA KOMMT! Fellowship Program 2014 – 2016: Open for Applications

AFRIKA KOMMT! Fellowship Program 2014 – 2016: Open for Applications

Afrika kommt! (“Africa is coming”) is an initiative of leading German enterprises for future leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa. The fellowship program aims at highly qualified young professionals and junior executives from countries in Sub-Saharan Africa with several years of work experience, strong leadership qualities and a high level of commitment and dedication. 

At the heart of the program is a nine-month practical training in a German enterprise, allowing the participants:
- to gain first-hand practical experience in a leading German enterprise 
- to be exposed to leadership concepts and management techniques in practice 
- to become acquainted with working processes and business culture in German enterprises 
- to extend their international management competencies 
- to initiate networks of cooperation between Sub-Saharan Africa and German companies 

- University degree in one of the following areas: Agricultural Science, Forestry, Crop Protection, Life Science,  Economics, 
Business Administration, Sales, MarketingLaw, Finance, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physics, Medicine, Healthcare, Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, Computer Science.
- Postgraduate degree (e.g. MBA) is an advantage 
- Two to five years of relevant work experience 
- Excellent English languages skills, French and German are an advantage
- Intercultural competencies, open to new experiences abroad and willing to learn German 

Applications can be submitted until 07 September 2014 through the online application system on www.afrika-kommt.de 

For further information and specific candidate profiles see: 

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