The educational platform Prometheus is launching scholarships for studying IT courses within 6 programs. Scholarships are provided for residents of front-line and liberated territories.
Java Beginner Course
This 17-week course includes 22 learning modules, practice problems, useful career tips and a portfolio course project.
“Frontend” Basic course from Ciklum”
QA Manual Tester course
The course was developed in partnership with GlobalLogic – graduates of the course with the best results will have the opportunity to undergo a technical interview with company experts.
QA Auto Tester course
The program includes learning the Python programming language and the basics of testing theory. The course was developed in partnership with GlobalLogic – the best graduates will have the opportunity to undergo a technical interview with company experts. The course lasts 11 weeks.
Course “DevOps and Kubernetes. Practical intensive”
The 10-week course will offer the foundational knowledge and practical skills to land a job as a DevOps engineer.
Course “UX/UI Design Basic”
The course lasts 15 weeks. It is taught by Lead Experience Designer EPAM, lecturer and author of UX courses with 7 years of experience in design, Anastasia Malinka.
Each student of the program will also have access to the courses “English for Beginners in IT” and “How to Find Your First Job in IT.”
600 applicants will have the opportunity to join educational programs for free thanks to scholarships from USAID.
Residents and internally displaced persons living at the time of application in the Chernihiv, Sumy, Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye, Kherson, Nikolaev and Odessa regions can apply for free education, including:
veterans and veterans, as well as members of their families (parents, spouse, children); Ukrainians and Ukrainian women who lost their jobs as a result of the war; Ukrainians and Ukrainian women whose houses or housing were damaged as a result of Russian military aggression; internally displaced persons; other vulnerable categories of the population.
Those who suffered from the war, but do not fall into these categories and live in front-line or liberated territories, can also apply: such students will be enrolled if there are free places.
To apply for the scholarship program, you must fill out the form on the page of your chosen course before October 7 inclusive.