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Binance Academy and the Blockchain Center Bring Education Outreach Programme to Morocco

Binance Academy, a free educational platform helping people learn about cryptocurrency, is partnering with the Blockchain Center, a global research lab, and ENSET-Université Hassan II de Casablanca to extend its Global University Outreach Program (GUOP) to Morocco. 

Binance Academy and Blockchain Center are hoping to reshape the educational landscape for blockchain technology by integrating a blockchain engineering course into the university based in Casablanca, Morocco.

The initiative focuses strongly on blockchain engineering and compliance education and aims to educate over one million students globally by 2026.

Mahmoud Jawwad, global business development at Binance Academy
Mahmoud Jawwad, global business development at Binance Academy

Mahmoud Jawwad, global business development at Binance Academy, said: “As blockchain technology anchors its importance across diverse sectors, it is our privilege to spearhead this movement, ensuring that students are equipped with top-notch education.

“This collaboration is a testament to our mutual dedication to fostering blockchain education and nurturing the succeeding generation of industry trailblazers.”

The Blockchain Center originally launched GUOP in 22 universities in Kazakhstan and has now expanded its footprint to over 200 universities, spanning over 50 countries, in collaboration with Binance Academy.

Aigerim Gilmanova, head of education initiatives at the Blockchain Center
Aigerim Gilmanova, head of education initiatives at the Blockchain Center

Aigerim Gilmanova, head of education initiatives at the Blockchain Center, commented: “Expanding our programme to UniversitĂ© Hassan II de Casablanca allows us to cultivate an atmosphere conducive for curious students to explore, innovate, and experiment in the field of blockchain technology.”

ENSET-UniversitĂ© Hassan II de Casablanca will participate in specialised 10-week online training sessions for university educators in Blockchain Engineering. This collaborative effort plays a substantial role in building a comprehensive academic knowledge reservoir, enabling seamless blockchain engineering and compliance course integration into the university’s curriculum.

Professor Omar Bouattane, speaking for the ENSET-UniversitĂ© Hassan II de Casablanca, also said: “This partnership aligns with our aim to remain at the forefront of technological progress and equip our students with future-ready skills. We anticipate actively contributing to GUOP’s success and pushing the boundaries of blockchain education worldwide.”

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