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Skillup Africa

Are you interested in building or transitioning into a career in the technology space, but can’t afford the training fees? Well, there is a solution in sight!

The Skillup Africa Student Loan Program can help you get started with your program.

The Program was launched by one of the leading female Information Technology entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Nkem Uwaje-Begho.

Nkem Uwaje-Begho

Nkem

She is the managing Director of Future Software Resources

The Student Loan Program

The loan covers a 12 week intensive technical training for those with skills in

  • Data science,
  • Product Design,
  • Frontend Web development & Backend Development or WordPress and
  • Graphic design

Applicant should be ready to undergo the training at Univelcity (the official training partner) and Career Services & SoftSkill Training and a Laptop (if required).

Apply today and get a student loan with 6 months moratorium and a 10% p.a. interest rate.

Other expectations from applicants

Applicants for the Skillup Africa Student Loan Program must be hard working and self-motivated, below 30 years of age, must be based in Lagos; be able to attend physical classes; have a first degree and completed NYSC.

How to apply:

Visit the Website to apply and kickstart your tech career. Check the banner for further information:

Skillup Africa Student Loan Program

Application Deadline is Saturday April 10, 2021.

“We ensure trainees are equipped with the right skills to secure an internship or a job. We also have internship partners and share opportunities with them, however the onus on finding a job is on the beneficiary”, Nkemdilim said in a chat with TechEconomy.ng.

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