GRADUATE SALES BOOTCAMP: YOU MUST LEARN FIRST BEFORE YOU DROP THE L=EARN
The sales bootcamp that brings together graduates, corporate recruiters and entrepreneurs!!!!!

Are you looking for a Job? Then You must learn to sell yourself, no matter what or else you will either never find a job or fail to create one

Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College (MUDCC)and the international sales coach ENZO Graziano will conduct a FREE sales workshop directed to graduates of any field

When: Saturday 25th November 2017 ) 08:00 -13:00
Where: City Christian Center Auditorium, Opposite MUDCC, Olympio Street, Upanga, Dar-es-Salaam

WHO WILL BE CONSIDERED

• At least a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in any field or studying towards one
• Willingness and commitment to a career in sales
• A passion for sales and business

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Please refrain from phone calls or contacting the lead coordinator of the Graduate Sales Coordinator as your application will be automatically disqualified.

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Did you attend the 2015 Graduate Sales Bootcamp held at Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College, Dar-es-Salaam? *
Did you attend the 2016 Graduate Sales Bootcamp held at Julius Nyerere International Convention Center, Dar-es-Salaam? *
What is the highest level of education you have achieved? *
For the highest level of education you have achieved , name the Institution *
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For the highest level of education you have achieved, what is the subject area? For example write Bachelor of Arts in Economics. If not applicable, write NA. *
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For the highest level of education you have achieved, what is the GPA or equivalent? If not applicable, write NA. *
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Please provide your perception of your university education and employment prospects *
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I have good knowledge about the requirements of my future career.
I have decided which jobs I will apply for after graduation.
I worry a lot about my future career
I must get a job that is appropriate to my academic major
I see a link between academic excellence and my future work success.
I chose my field of study because of its strong link to the labour market.
There should be no link between education and the requirements of the labour market
My love for learning was the reason I enrolled at the university, not to seek a future job
Please provide your perception of your confidence in university education *
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I prefer to work in the public sector rather than in the private sector
My University education qualifies me to pursue any future work
I am frightened that my university education has no value on the labor market
My University education offers me opportunities to compete for jobs even outside my country
I trust that I will quickly find a job appropriate to my university education
My university education offers me opportunities to compete for jobs outside of Tanzania
My university education qualifies me to work immediately after graduation
Please provide your perception of the relevance of the university curriculum for graduate employment *
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The government has to provide me with a job appropriate to my university education
I have to get intensive training after graduation.
There is no stronger relationship between what we study and the requirement of the labor market.
The curriculum should include more practical aspect that will better fit our future career.
We lack many of the skills we need for our future and current careers, even after university education
The curriculum should focus more on generic skills rather than content . Generic skills include skills such as communicating, problem-solving, , curiosity, patience, flexibility, purpose, persistence, resilience, courage and creating — that apply across all specific fields
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