MTN launches a Young Graduate Programme

MTN Cameroon, leader of the telecommunications sector in Cameroon has announced the launch of its “MTN Young Graduate Programme’’ which targets young, brilliant and ambitious University and Higher Professional School graduates with strong potential, and who are highly motivated to work in Cameroon and contribute to the sustainable development of the country.

The objective of this 3-year programme is to attract and develop young talented graduates to constitute a pool of future leaders by developing graduates in different specialties to address MTN’s business needs across our global footprint.

Ultimately, the MTN Young Graduate Programme will strengthen the company’s talent and leadership pool, and position MTN for continued success.

All “MTN Young Graduates” will be required to participate in various high impact formal and on-the-job development activities during the first 24 months, with a view to ensuring formal integration with existing talent and leadership pipelines by year 3.

Upon completion of the programme, graduates will have developed:

- Global and Local Context understanding

- Key future Skills in Digital Technologies

- MTN Culture & Values understanding and ownership

MTN Cameroon has put in place an ambitious policy of nationalization and development of local talent with the majority of its staff being Cameroonians who for the most part are graduates of Cameroonian institutions of learning. Young Cameroonians recruited by the Company find an environment where they are empowered to express their talent and grow locally and internationally.

As an IiP gold-accredited organization, Cameroon’s telecommunications market leader is further positioned through the MTN Young Graduate Programme as an employer of choice. The Company is recognized for strides in developing local talent into world-class executives as well as its people management policies and practices which make it truly a great place to work.


For more information about the MTN Young Graduate Programme go to


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