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Microsoft launches summer Academy training program

The program targets 50 University Students in the fields of engineering and computer sciences and lasts for one month.


Microsoft launched its Summer Academy training program this June that will last for a month. The program targets University Students in the fields of engineering and computer sciences.

The program includes 120 hours of theoretical and applied training for 50 students in specialized laboratories. The training include how to develop web and mobile apps linked with cloud computing using Microsoft tools and solutions.

The applied training include sessions with Microsoft business partners and soft skills training besides the technical training that will take place in Microsoft.

The tech giant promised job opportunities in the field of technology for the distinguished students.