Microsoft Egypt launches “Microsoft Summer Academy” to train university students

Jun

7

2017

Academy is a training program for a period of one month to strengthen the capacity of university students in engineering and computer science disciplines.
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Microsoft Egypt has announced the launch of the Microsoft Summer Academy, a one-month training program to enhance the university’s students in the fields of engineering and computer science to complement its role in maximizing the benefit of ICT in university education.

This initiative aims to build the technical capabilities and work skills of Egyptian university students, get new MACH candidates and help develop mobile applications related to cloud computing through Microsoft Azure tools and solutions and the partnership between Microsoft and its customers in new solutions and tools.

Commenting on the initiative, Khalid Abdul Qader, General Manager of Microsoft Egypt, emphasized the role of the company in honing the skills and experiences of newly graduated students from Egyptian universities in order to bridge the gap between the needs of the labor market and the university. The program aims to train 50 students from specialized technical universities by providing 120 training hours and practical and theoretical training for students. Within specialized labs and learn how to develop mobile applications and web callers cloud computing.

He added that the program also includes practical training for Microsoft business partners through specialized technical meetings and seminars, soft skills and technical and technical training within the company. Students can apply for this program until June 17 by completing the form On the link , and after the end of the training program there will be an opportunity for outstanding students to join the new jobs in the field of technology

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