The University of Malta announced that it agreed to a scholarship with the Malta Information Technology Organization (MITA) and will pay a total of 300,000 euros (about 38 million yen) to students conducting research related to the block chain .
The scholarship, which is paid over 3 years for students majoring in ICT, law, finance and engineering, is said to be available as a research fee for master’s theses and doctoral dissertations on block chains and DLT .
Silvio Shenburi, Vice Minister for Digital Economy in the country said that graduates from the University of Malta are active in related fields through the scholarship and that it is aimed to attract block chain companies to the domestic market.
In addition, Mr. Alfred Bella of the University of Malta said he would like to incorporate FinTech related lectures including DLT into bachelor’s and master’s programs in fields such as law, finance, ICT, etc. In the future Malta will be called “ I wanted to consider educational programs in line with the government’s strategy of making it an island .
Times of Malta
Author: sota 【Coin Desk News】 – Source Post: https://crypto-times.jp/malta-blockchain-scholarship/
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