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  • Samsung Engineering Academy

    Aimed at addressing the critical technical and engineering skills shortage in Africa, in 2011, Samsung launched its Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria as part of the company's broader goal to develop 10 000 Electronics Engineers across the continent by 2015.


    The Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy provides hands-on, vocational skills training for Grade 10-12 students. Opening up skilled, well-paying job opportunities for its students; differentiates Samsung’s quality of service to its customers as we build a workforce of technicians and exclusive service experts in line with the government's drive of creating decent jobs, especially for young citizens.


    Students selected go through a year's program which comprises of Basic, Intermediate and Advanced engineering skills, aligned to their set Curriculum at a corresponding technical school.

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    Engineering Academy

    Upon completion of the program at the Academy, students earn themselves an opportunity for an internship at Samsung or Samsung's Channel partners. Outstanding performers stand a good opportunity to participate in a year-long Learnership opportunity at HQ in S. Korea as part of the 100 African young leaders program.

    The Engineering Academy program is currently being piloted in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria in 2011 and will scale to more African countries by 2015.

The Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy aims to develop 10 000 Electronics Engineers across Africa by 2015. It's currenty being piloted in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa and will scale to more countries in 2015.

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Samsung's Solar-Powered Mobile Internet Schools initiative aims to reach 500 000 learners by 2015. The pilot programme has been roled out in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.

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Samsung works with content developers in key countries to customise Mobile Apps and eductional content for Africa.

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