Each university is assessed based on specific criteria, including:
The extent of academic freedom demonstrated by the university.
The availability and scope of disciplines of law and information technology.
University’s performance in employment-related metrics.
An extensive evaluation of universities through global rankings, providing a wider view of their international status and academic recognition.
During the initial stage of university onboarding, the management of potential participating institutions is approached to establish formal participation agreements. The universities are systematically allocated to specific groups, facilitating focused and purposeful collaboration with their respective faculty members.
We're dedicated to helping our faculty thrive in their educational roles by offering them the necessary support, resources, and guidance.
Here's how it works: The university administration suggests a list of potential faculty members for the program. These individuals then go through a detailed assessment, including an interview and a review of their CV. If the evaluation goes well, the faculty member becomes a part of the program and gets an invitation to actively participate. They also receive all the materials related to the program and can easily connect with our mentors.
The faculty members' training commences with an extensive 20-week blockchain engineering course. Throughout the training period, faculty members actively participate in a series of lectures and practical sessions.
Halfway through the training, faculty members undergo a mid-term examination, serving as an important checkpoint in their educational journey. At the culmination of the 20-week training, the faculty members are required to submit a final paper, showcasing the depth of knowledge they have acquired during the course.
The conclusion of the 20-week Blockchain Engineering course for faculty members signifies a notable achievement in their pursuit of becoming certified educators in blockchain technology.
Upon successfully submitting their final project, comprising both a paper and a video, educators are eligible for graduation, acknowledging their dedication and accomplishments in their studies.