Beetroot Academy, with the support of Estonian Ministry for International Affairs, launches scholarships for IT-courses

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– With the support of the Estonian Ministry for International Affairs’ Development Fund, Beetroot Academy offers scholarships for eight courses in Mariupol and Zaporozhye, partly covering tuitions for 48% of students and covering the full cost of tuition for 10% of students.

The Estonian Council on Internally Displaced People also takes part in this initiative, offering small grants to support entrepreneurship and self-development in Eastern Ukraine.

The scholarships have been launched in two mid-size cities—Mariupol and Zaporozhye—and seek to rejuvenate these locations, as well as to improve entrepreneurship skills and increase employment opportunities for socially vulnerable parts of society. The scholarship program is primarily designed for women, internally displaced people and ATO veterans.

At this point, students can apply for two courses: Front-End Development and Web Design. After four months of education characterized by practice and current market demands, students will be able to join the global IT sphere and work for both local and international IT companies.

About Beetroot Academy

Beetroot Academy is a non-profit in professional education, originally a branch of Beetroot—a fast-growing IT company from Sweden, today engaging nearly 200 people for 20 clients across the world. Founded in 2014, Beetroot Academy is located in 9 cities across Ukraine and concentrates on consolidation of practical skills to help its student start a real career in IT.

Read more about Beetroot Academy here.

Read more about Beetroot here.

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