Nigeria, UNDP Open Fellowship Application for Post-NYSC Graduates Looking for Jobs

Nigeria, UNDP Open Fellowship Application for Post-NYSC Graduates Looking for Jobs
The Nigerian government has opened the application portal for the Nigeria Jubilee fellow programme, a post–NYSC work placement programme for Nigerians under 30 years. The application will run from September 6 and October 20, 2021. Go here and apply.

Thank you for your interest in the Jubilee Fellows Programme. Please register below to start the application process. Applications are open from 6 September 2021 to 20 October 2021.

This is a paid fellowship through an initiative between the Federal Republic of Nigeria, European Union and UNDP.

  1. Must be a Nigerian citizen.
  2. Be a fresh graduate (Bachelor’s Degree) from any discipline and graduated not earlier than 2017.
  3. Graduate with at least a Second Class Lower (2.2) and above.
  4. Be at most 30 years old.
  5. Not currently engaged in any employment.
  6. Have completed the mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) OR have a certificate of exemption from the NYSC.

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13 thoughts on “Nigeria, UNDP Open Fellowship Application for Post-NYSC Graduates Looking for Jobs

    1. Sir,
      I don’t think it’s right for such criteria to be given each time opportunities are up for the masses to benefit. Nigeria and indeed the world will grow better if opportunities are categorised/spread around so that every person’s from all age groups/various school years graduates can benefit. If properly analysed, such criteria for participation is malicious because it breeds lies (some people will lie about their age to fit in); it discourages career dreams and kill hopes (those who were unfortunate to attain certain heights years after they left the tertiary institutions are left dumb because they still cannot fit in even when their career dreams are very much alive). And most of those who struggled their way to get education at old age don’t stand a chance. So what is this method actually driving at and what outcome is it expecting?

      1. I’m telling so unfair, meaning those that are above the age and does not have anything doing should die of frustration. Imagine some one graduated 3yrs ago when he/she is 27 or 28 till now no job till is the person not more than 30??
        Its well with us that does not have anyone at the Top Except God.

  1. When you are busy talking about recent graduates, what now happen to those that have graduated long ago and there is no job for them? Or those that your govt rendered jobless?


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