Intel Student Partner Program 2

Intel has begun accepting applications from computer science and engineering students of three Nigerian Universities for its Student Partner Program.

The universities are Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife; Federal University of Technology, Akure and the Rivers State University of Technology, Port Harcourt, Co-creation Hub told TechCabal via email.

The program is open to students who are currently enrolled in a full time program in computer science or engineering. It doesn’t end there; prospective students for the program must also have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 and leadership qualities.

“The intel Student Partner program is an opportunity for active students to enhance their professional development and soft skills, to meet and collaborate with some of the most interesting people in the region, and to have fun introducing Intel products to their fellow students through holding events on campus,” an excerpt from the mail reads.

Applications will run until September 25, 2015 and participants will be notified within seven days of their application.

Students can get more information and register on the website.

Image: Co-creation hub

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