Careers in Africa Summit (London) Kicks off Today

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28 May, 2010

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Vacancies in Nigeria

Careers in Africa Summit, London which kicks off today 28th – 30th May 2010, connects high calibre graduates and professionals seeking outstanding career opportunities with the world’s top companies operating across Africa. Careers in Africa, London Summits have seen over 50 companies successfully hire hundreds of talented African graduates and professionals into their businesses since 2002.

Through this flagship event, we have helped over 3,000 professionals develop their careers across Africa with some of the world’s leading employers

At the Careers in Africa Summit, London, you can expect:

  • Unique access to key decision makers at this exclusive invitation-only event
  • Pre-scheduled interviews with leading companies and multinationals
  • Exclusive access to senior delegates to arrange ‘on-the-spot’ interviews
  • Company presentations, round table discussions and workshops
  • Skills Training Sessions
  • A unique opportunity to network with other graduates and professionals from around the world
  • An excellent chance of receiving at least one job offer at the end of the Summit

Careers in Africa Summits are Invitation Only events for which you must apply in advance

Applications are welcome from candidates with:

  • Work Authorisation for at least one African country
  • An undergraduate degree or professional qualification
  • French or Arabic speaking with English
  • Availability to attend the Summit in London

NB. Careers in Africa (UK) no longer receives application but recruitment summit will be held in other parts of the world as follows: You can apply if you are living in any of those areas

Recruitment Summit, London, UK,  28-30 May 2010

Recruitment Summit, New York, 17-18 July 2010

Recruitment Summit, Johannesburg  17-19 September 2010

Click here to Learn more about Careers in Africa and Apply online

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