Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Graduate Trainee Programme 2019 for Young Nigerian Graduates
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE Graduate Trainee Programme 2019 has been launched! The NSE Graduate Trainee Programme is an eleven month intensive graduate programme designed to groom talents locally and raise a new generation of leaders for the capital market and the Nigerian economy.
Application Deadline: 10th June 2019
Eligible Countries: Nigeria
To Be Taken At (Country): Nigeria
About the Award: The Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE Graduate Trainee Programme (GTP) is an 11 month intensive program designed to groom talents locally and raise a new generation of leaders for the capital market and the Nigerian economy.
Combining theoretical insights and hands-on approach, the NSE Graduate Trainee Programme offers you a unique opportunity to learn and grow your career in the capital market. Participants are provided an avenue to garner exposure and be mentored by professionals in different facets of the capital market and the finance industry.
Eligibility: To be eligible for the NSE Graduate Trainee Programme:
- Graduates from Nigerian and Foreign Universities
- Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline
- Minimum of Second Class Upper Division (2.1)
- Completion of NYSC between May 2018 and April 2019.
- Maximum age of 26 years at the time of applying for the programme.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: Joining the NSE Graduate Trainee Programme will position you on the right path to career success within our business. The Graduate Trainee is expected to be a logical and strategic thinker, proactive, tenacious, energetic, hard-working and possess positive attitude to work. The Graduate Trainee shall also possess attributes of a team leader and player who is willing to lead the growth of the Capital Market in Nigeria, Sub-Saharan Africa and Africa at large.
Duration of Programme: 11 months
How to Apply: Apply Here
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