On October 23, FH Technikum and Insticore announced integration between the two academic environments to streamline a complete blockchain education program in Vienna. The experience and status of FH Technikum as a top-provider of technical education in Austria, and the business and economic background of Insticore, incubated by the Lauder Business School, allows the two to carry out a complete blockchain program for those interested in becoming experts in this new technology.
Starting with the very basics of the field, the shared program will deliver an introductory course covering all aspects of Blockchain technology and the actors functioning within it. Once the introduction phase is successfully completed, the program forks into 3 main areas of expertise, with students able to select the path they wish to take – the technical path, the business & finance path, or the regulatory path.
The blockchain program, to be launched in January 2019, has a clear vision. “We want to bring the future to Austria”, the two Israeli co-founders of Insticore summarize. And what makes their blockchain education so unique, they explain:
While the blockchain brings on endless possibilities, there are challenges that tag along as well. What differentiates us the most is that we aim to provide blockchain education where responsibility is a priority. This is achieved through the rigorous selection of our lecturers and experts, as well as the curated content for our curriculum. We want to offer the bigger picture of the blockchain area, not only to develop students’ skills but also their in-depth understanding of how this technology, industry, and the actors within them relate and operate. Moish Raanan and Dror Hasman

Co-founders, Insticore

Key Facts:

Course: Responsible Introduction to the Blockchain Space

Next session: Monday, 05/11/2018 – Thursday, 08/10/2018

Teaching language: English

Total learning time: 13 hours (11hrs in class)

Location: Lauder Business School, 1190 Vienna.

We invite you to join us on this journey of blockchain discovery and in four evening sessions learn about the technology around it, the trading and investing opportunities within it, and the plethora of possibilities it provides!



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