SAP Africa Young Professional Program 2019 for young Graduates

Application Deadline:unspecified

The SAP Africa Young Professional Program is a free initiative delivered by the SAP Training and Development Institute. The program, which lasts for 3 months, is designed to give recent graduates the certifications and soft skills required to begin a career as an SAP Associate Consultant. At the end of the training, SAP TDI will work very closely with the YPP graduates to introduce them to a host of opportunities with SAP customers and partners.


Start your journey to become an SAP Consultant;

Gain globally-recognized associate-level SAP Certifications;

Learn directly from SAP experts;

Experience classroom and workshop-based training in SAP Technologies;

Develop the soft skills needed to prepare you for successful job applications;

Benefit from introductions to job opportunities within the SAP Ecosystem to help secure a position after the training.


Candidates must have the legal right to work in Tunisia;

Candidates must be currently unemployed or employed in a part time/non-permanent role not related to career aspirations;

Candidates must be educated to at least Bachelor level in a major that includes modules in IT/ Business/ Engineering

Candidates will preferably have graduated within the last 3 years with a GPA of 3 -proof of this may be requested;

Candidates must have a home in or around Tunis as travel / accommodation is not provided;

Candidates must have a keen interest in starting an SAP-related career involving travel as opportunities for employment after training could be elsewhere in the MENA region;

Candidates should be fluent in English and Arabic, both written and spoken;

The program will commence in Early September 2019 and full-time availability from 9am – 6pm from Monday to Friday throughout the training period is essential.

The Program will last for 3 months.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the SAP Africa Young Professional Program 2019


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