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Global consulting firm calls for interns for 2023

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GLOBAL management company, Kearney, is calling for interns to apply for its 2023 Internship Programme, which is open to university students in their final year who are looking for an opportunity to grow their careers.

Over the course of the one-year programme, candidates will gain consulting experience in an office environment based at Kearney’s Johannesburg office, and the opportunity to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration part-time at the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

Kearney invites applications from candidates currently studying in industry sectors such as financial services, communications, media and digital technology, energy and process industries, and strategic and transformation operations in all engineering sectors.

Kearney believes in its people, in growing talent, and in investing in people who believe in the company’s motto #CreateWhatsNext for Africa

Partner and Managing Director for Africa, Theo Sibiya says, “Our internship programme enables positive outcomes, and grows careers. We are proud of how this has brought about change over the last couple of years.”

Applications for the 2023 programme are now open until 20 August 2022.
To join the team, please click on this link, and apply now.

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