Egypt & Micosoft Launch 1,000 Scholarships in Digital Transformation
The scholarship is open to 1000 graduates and will offer numerous courses in technological infrastructure including AI, data science, advanced programing, and cloud computing operation.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has launched an advanced scholarship geared at preparing a new generation of young graduates for jobs in Digital Transformation (DX) technologies, in cooperation with Microsoft.
The scholarship is open to 1000 graduates and will offer numerous courses in technological and information infrastructure including AI, data science, advanced programing, cloud computing operation and database management. Through a number of training platforms, virtual classes and practical exercises, students will be able to refine their skills in both theory and practice, earning a specialized certificate upon completion.
This scholarship is just one of many projects being implemented within the MCIT’s ‘Digital Egypt’ strategy to integrate digital technology into Egypt’s administrative infrastructure and apparatus, and provide upcoming generations with the tools they need to thrive in a tech-driven future through partnerships with global tech companies like Microsoft and Google.
To register for the scholarship, visit https://www.globalknowledge.com/en-eg/training/special-offers/Ministry-of-Communications-Scholarship.
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