The Attueyi Coding Academy announces a new round of scholarships for needy students looking for a career in tech.
Interested candidates have only three days to apply as the application deadline is 3 February 2024, according to official notice.
If you are interested in a career in tech, and are smart , finance should not be a barrier.”Attueyi Coding Academy
The Academy collaborates with partners, corporate sponsors and philanthropists to sponsor the scholarship programme, officials announced last week.
The official announcement says that the scholarships specifically target “indigent, smart young Nigerians looking to start a career in tech.”
“These scholarships will cover 100% of the tuition fees for the very top performing applicants in the entry tests.
The next level performers secure bursaries to cover a significant part of their fees, the Academy announcement stated.
Attueyi Academy believes that finance should not be a barrier to any smart person interested in a career in tech.”
In the first draw, the Academy selected 10 lucky winners who began their coding skills course in September 2023.
The second cohort will begin their training this February as the first group of winners rounds up its programme.
Mr Joe Attueyi, an accountant and oil and gas technocrat initiated the Attueyi Coding Academy scholarship.
The Nnewi-born Attueyi carries out serious philanthropic acts quietly but effectively.
Coonclase Academy selected and guided the first set of 10 lucky winners of the Attueyi Coding Academy scholarship.
Conclase said then that the 10 scholars “emerged through a thorough screening process.”
The Academy is domiciled at the Enugu Campus of the University of Nigeria located in the Coal City.
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