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Banco Santander offers training programs that cover blockchain content

Banco Santander created the Santander Tech Scholarships. This initiative is aimed at students, university graduates and young professionals between the ages of 20 and 35. The contents of the training programs cover topics on blockchain. The registration deadline is December 30th. This was reported by Banking News on December 22nd.

As can be seen from this portal, in partnership with MIT Professional Education, 400 scholarships are awarded to students from 13 countries: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Uruguay, Spain, Argentina, the United States, and the United States Kingdom. United. Candidates will be selected on January 14th and the duration of the courses is eight weeks.

“Participants can choose from four online course programs offered by MIT Professional Education. During these courses, participants will acquire and develop a range of knowledge and experience in new digital technologies, ”they explained.

Banco Santander offers training programs that cover blockchain content
Banco Santander offers training programs that cover blockchain content

They then explained that the selected candidates can choose one of the courses that make up the program and that they will be taught in three languages: English, Spanish or Portuguese. The programs offered are:

  • Blockchain: technological disruption (Spanish)

  • Blockchain: disruptive technology (US site)

  • Blockchain: Technological Breakdown (Portuguese)

  • Cloud DevOps: Continuous Transformation (Spanish)

  • Cloud DevOps: Continuous Transformation (US site)

  • Cloud DevOps: Continuous Transformation (Portuguese)

  • Machine Learning: Technology in Decision Making (Spanish)

  • Machine Learning: From Data to Decisions

  • Machine learning: Tecnologia na Tomada de Decisões (Portuguese)

  • Product Design Strategies: Platforms and Families (Spanish)

  • Designing Product Families: From Strategy to Implementation

  • Product Design Strategies: Platforms and Families (Portuguese)

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