EU TUMO Convergence Centre partners with “42” to bring world class coding school to Armenia

Photo: European Union
Photo: European Union

The EU TUMO Convergence Centre has recently announced that Armenia will be part of the “42 Network”. The network includes 20 partner campuses and was launched by the famous French coding school known as “42”.

“42 Yerevan” will be located next to the TUMO building in Yerevan, inside the campus of the EU TUMO Convergence Centre for Engineering and Applied Science.

 42 is a pioneering coding academy, created in 2013 by Xavier Niel, a highly successful entrepreneur. Its goal is to train the best developers in the world and provide them with the foundation for a successful career.

Through this partnership, the EU TUMO Convergence Centre will mitigate the shortage of developers needed to fuel Armenia’s booming tech industry and startup ecosystem. Anyone aged 18 or over will have the opportunity to gain cutting-edge software engineering skills free of charge, to complement their university education or change career, or immediately after high school.

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