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  • Human Development
  • ITIDA
    1. ICT Training
    1. Our Digital Opportunity Initiative
    1. Future Work is Digital Initiative
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    1. Next Technology Leaders
    1. Summer Internships
    1. Summer Training
    1. Graduation Projects Support


    The Next Technology Leaders (NTL) Initiative was launched by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to build capacity of young calibers on the latest information, communications and electronics technologies.

    MCIT leads executing the NTL Initiative through the Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC), affiliated to ITIDA. Capacity building is to be orchestrated through the establishment of integral, practical and high-quality learning ecosystem, centered on the learner and supported by a distinctive content prepared through the collaborative efforts of top universities and leading companies, and is made available on globally leading Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) platforms. A network of project reviewers also assesses and improves the learning outcomes.

    NTL is an initiative to qualify Egyptian youth in the ICT field, which in turn helps in increasing the competitiveness of local ICT companies by facilitating their training and capacity building plans and supporting job creation and business opportunities through wage employment, freelancing or startup establishment.

    The Initiative aims to provide training to senior undergraduate students, graduates, university staff, entrepreneurs and professionals, through providing online courses in several areas, including data science, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), entrepreneurship, programming, and strategic management and innovation.

    For further info on learning tracks, kindly click here.




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