Sweden is providing $1.7 million to enable Beetroot Academy to double its IT schools across to Ukraine to 20
Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Sweden is providing $1.7 million to enable Beetroot Academy to double its IT schools across to Ukraine to 20

Sweden is providing $1.7 million to enable Beetroot Academy to double its IT schools across to Ukraine to 20. By expanding into smaller cities, Beetroot hopes spread economic development. Co-founder Andreas Flodström says that 70% of graduates of the Academy’s three month courses land jobs with IT companies. By 2020, the Academy plans to train 2,000 people a year.

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