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The next wave of registrations for the completely free ICT educational program was announced

The next wave of registrations for the completely free ICT educational program was announced

Registration for the next wave of "Holberton School" implemented within the "Technest" Scholarship Program of Innovation and Digital Development Agency has started.

The program sponsored by "PASHA Holding" will provide full free education in two areas: basics of software and "Full Stack" from this year. Anyone over the age of 18 who wants to study ICT can benefit from the program.

The selection process will take place online. Thus, a person who applied by registering on the relevant website will be given tasks consisting of 3 steps. In the last step, candidates will be interviewed by Holberton representatives. In these stages, candidates' logical and analytical thinking ability will be measured and they will not be required to have computer science or programming knowledge. At the same time, the selection process will take place in English, where it is necessary for a candidate to have language skills.

60 people who successfully pass these stages will get the right to participate in the trainings and get the opportunity to study with a full scholarship. During the program, classes will be held in person from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. every day. Teaching is carried out through peer-to-peer learning, which allows students to learn in a team-based environment and effectively master the educational program with the opportunity to interact with other students.

The last date of registration for the application is 02.02.2024.

More information about the program can be found at

It should be noted that, based on the cooperation of the Innovation and Digital Development Agency with "Holberton School", a network of schools specializing in computer science and software engineering has started a new curriculum from October 2023. Under the program, 60 people were involved in free education on the basics of computer science.

Holberton Network of Schools provides ICT education in Silicon Valley with high-quality technological programs based on innovative and practical methodology. Since its inception in 2016, this network has expanded to 33 campuses on 4 continents, hosting more than 3,500 students. Most of the graduates have gained a career opportunity in internationally prestigious companies such as LinkedIn, Google, Tesla, Apple, Docker, Cisco, IBM, Santander Bank, etc.



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