Microsoft to Pay Fresh Graduates From Nigeria Up to $151k Per annum

Microsoft invites fresh graduates of software engineering from Nigeria and other African countries to join its US and Canada team. This opportunity was recently announced by the organization, and it’s still open to interested applicants.

This program is for fresh graduates from all around the world to come and build a community, explore their passions and do their best work.

Microsoft is known for its culture of embracing a growth mindset, inspiring excellence, and encouraging all to bring their best each day.

Shortlisted applicants are to take part in Microsoft Aspire Experience, a 2-year learning and development experience where you can build your network, cultivate intentional capabilities and gain perspective into the career opportunities across Microsoft’s businesses.

As a Software Engineer, you are to be dedicated to teamwork, innovation and providing technical guidance in the design, development and testing of next-generation software which will empower everyone and companies in the world to achieve more.

Requirements

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  • Undergraduate or Fresh graduates with Bachelor’s Degree or PhD.
  • At least one-year experience in software engineering, network engineering, or systems administration.
  • Over one-year e xperience reading or writing code (e.g., sample documentation, product demos).

Salary Amount

The salary is between $92,900 and $151,800 per annum depending on the place of work (i.e. State and country).

How to Apply

Click on the link below to Apply:

Microsoft Nigeria Graduate Internship Progamme 2022

Updated: August 19, 2022 — 9:12 am

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