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Residents of US, Ecuador and other countries want to study programming in Novosibirsk

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Residents of US, Ecuador and other countries want to study programming in Novosibirsk


13.07.2021

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School 21 in Novosibirsk has received about 30,000 applications for its coding course. Residents of many Russian regions, as well as the United States, Ecuador, Ukraine and other countries are willing to become students of the school. The school's campuses were previously opened in Moscow and Kazan, TASS reports.

The course is a project of Russia's Sberbank and involves free classes, it is scheduled to start this fall. There will be 500 students, the group will be formed after face-to-face selection, which has already begun. 

According to the school, the knowledge of coding and the ability to work with big data is needed not only for IT specialists, these skills are useful for specialists working in healthcare, science, law, economics and other fields. Specialists in more than 80 professions are trained in the school.

A specific feature of the program is a practice-oriented apporach: it is based on individual or group work on projects, without the participation of teachers.

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