Apply: AGL GenA Graduate Programme 2020

Deadline: 30 June, 2020

Absa Group Limited (AGL) invites applications for the GenA Graduate Programme. They are recruiting Africa’s brightest young Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths graduates to join a new generation: GenA. These graduates are A+ achievers; those who are on their A Game, who are proudly African.

AGL is a truly African brand, inspired by the people they serve and committed to finding local solutions to uniquely local challenges. Everything they do is focused on adding value. To this end, they offer all their clients across the continent a range of retail, business, corporate and investment, and wealth management solutions as well as ensure a positive impact in all the countries where they operate. They are brave, passionate, ready, and committed to playing an active role in shaping Africa’s future.


  • A structured development journey in the first year of employment
  • Permanent employment at AGL from day one, with a competitive package
  • Vehicle and home finance at staff rates
  • Reduced banking fees
  • Exclusive access to WorkInProgress, AGL’s global innovation hub
  • Bringing your solutions from the Human Quantum Computer to life
  • A dedicated Young Talent Team to support candidates
  • The opportunity to be a part of initiatives affecting real change in Africa
  • A strong support network of alumni
  • Access to vast networking of opportunities in Africa


  • A postgraduate qualification (minimum NQF Level Eight) obtained before January 2021 (with the exception of Computer Science, as these students do not need a postgraduate qualification)
  • 24 months, maximum, of permanent work experience (this excludes temporary work during full-time studies)
  • Applicants must be citizens of the country from where they are applying, or have the necessary permits and documents to prove they are eligible to work in that country (they will be required to upload these documents with their application)

To apply and for more information, click here.

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