Luminus Technical University College (LTUC) announces the launch of scholarships offering intensive software development courses for 1,000 Jordanian youth and 150 Syrian refugees. The intensive courses will be provided by Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair School of Advanced Computing (ASAC) at LTUC, accredited by Code Fellows Academy in Seattle – the US.
The scholarships are co-funded through a collaboration between Luminus for Social Development, the Ministry of Labour, the Technical and Vocational Skills Development Commission, and the Qudra 2 programme, co-financed by the European Union, through the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian crisis, the EU Madad Fund, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), and in partnership with Tafila Technical University, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Al Albayt University and the Vocational Training Corporation.
ASAC offers Syrian refugees six-month scholarships covering the five short courses of the Code Fellows program. A similar opportunity also extends to Yemeni and Iraqi nationals.
ASAC offers Palestinian nationals residing in Jordan six-month scholarships covering the five short courses of the Code Fellows program.
The Queen Rania Al Abdullah Scholarship was incepted under the directives of Her Majesty for Jordanian youth residing in Tafilah Governorate to receive an accredited certificate in software development, thereby boosting their employability among programming and app development companies. The six-month scholarship – which covers the five short courses of the Code Fellows program offered at ASAC – focuses on building the software developer mindset of learners, thus bolstering their chances of working for major tech companies, whether in-field or remotely.
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