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Internships for Graduate Engineers


The Engineers Registration Board of Kenya intends to carry out professional development for graduate engineers through a structured internship programme.




The programme is tenable for three years and it is expected that the general practical training will provide the interns with wide exposure to technical expertise in engineering practice.
The primary purpose of the programme is to build the engineering capacity through providing graduate engineers with broad, practical experience in engineering, leading to registration as licensed professional engineers in Kenya.


It is envisaged that approximately five hundred (500) graduate engineers will be taken on board annually into this rolling programme.


The Board invites graduates engineers who intend to join the programme to submit their applications.


Each applicant must meet the following requirements:
• Possess an engineering degree from a programme accredited/recognized by the Board,
• Be a Kenyan citizen or a permanent resident.


Preference will be given to those who are already registered with the Board as graduate engineers.


Eligible candidates are advised to apply online here
or apply to the
Kenya Engineers Registration Board,
P.O. Box 30324-00100,
Using the prescribed application form obtainable from the Board’s offices, Transcom House Annex, 1st Floor, Ngong
Road, Nairobi.


The deadline for submission of the applications will be on Friday, 8th June, 2012.
Eng. G. M. Arasa, OGW
Kenya Engineers Registration Board

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