These short programs have been designed to provide 3 months attachment as an intern during university breaks. The attachments are designed to support study topics in a “real” work environment.

Interns have an opportunity to gain a better understanding of a working mine and to complete a project to assist in completing or supporting their studies.

The program accepts tertiary students studying:

  • Engineering – mining, chemical, civil, geotechnical, electrical
  • Science – chemistry, geology, health and safety, environment, survey
  • Business – marketing, commerce, finance, economics, supply and logistics, training, human resources

To be considered you must:

  • be a 3rd or 4th year student currently enrolled with a Kenyan university, or have recently completed, or are enrolled in, a diploma or certificate course from a recognised institution
  • be endorsed by the university/college and have a certificate of indemnity; and
  • be a Kenyan citizen

The recruitment process

Intakes are generally on a quarterly basis.

  • Check for recruitment advertisements
  • Upload your application online
  • Shortlisting
  • Interview by telephone
  • Aptitude testing
  • Selection